Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 24, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04855
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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hedule Setr I The Silver. Star How To Have A Cleaner TownTo Bible TabernacleBeginning TeacherAt 3 Courthouse Officials UnopposedAs

I Capt. John Milton Brownlee, T u e a day
Political evening
) 'son of Mrs. J. M, Brownlee and Deadline For
March 28, and continuing/ through Qualifying PassesRev.
the late Brownlee of
Mr Stake
All Residents of '
Starke: Sunday, April 2, Dr. Charles II.
has been awarded the Silver Star, With the coming of warm weather we find that files, mosquitoes Stevens, pastor of Salem Baptist
leaking Dates third highest ranking medal givenin rats, roaches and other carriers of dlAease will breed Church Winston Salem N, C., Passing of the March 17 deadline
,the Army, for gallantry In ac- We will be at,, the Tabernacle In a for qualification of candI-
I t uv.'n_. .i..... "_r..i.accordtng --. ._., profusely. as residents of Starke, can keep from providing series of services.Dr. . Powell CitedAs dates In ,
I special county political
food and contests
traditional political "speak- to an grounds for disease carriers by keeping our own
h e found
Stevens Is an outstanding a me 'itortus three Important
"back yard"1 i alumnus of courthouse
be held la the county clean. Specific rules for doing this
announcementfrom I are:
Bible Teacher and comes highly Southern College, Rev. George C posts going to incumbents with-
this year so! that can- 1st Division 1. Put all garbage In COVERED: metal
usual recommended Dr. Powell opposition and
I by Lockyrr and pastor of the Methodist spirited nee
and voiera :can'get tether head for truck to pkk but not the fttrW.t. . .
dates quar up on other leaders tit Bible Teaching. Church: here, was cited for distinguished In prospect for the other three l''
and become better ac- Burn all
ters. paper /. While here" Dr. Stevens will service by that Institution ", places. "
alnted. These gatherings prO>'" The citation S. Place rubbKh, (other than garbage) In a (:fonvenl.-nt. plat speak on Daniel's Prophecy, and Friday evening In Lake- Those fortunate enough (to get .:

!e the office'seeker'wltb. an opTtunlty'lto states : that where |It can be picket up by a city' lr A>lt. the xAoncleiful 011 Painting: "The land. The citation was made ala by without a challenge were Tax I .
_tat. his Intentions
that'voters better "W hen hostile 4. Keep premises cl<<"lll1. Cut uee U 'and jrnnov* all decayed Feast! of Belshazzar" will be on ceremony honoring former students Assessor E. W Hayes, Tax Collector -
d I desires enabled BO to decide how may armored for cea animal' or vegetable 'matter immediately.' exhibition In connection with the for outstanding service In C. A Knight., and Clerk of ,

Lk( their. ballots In the coming to prevented deity 5. Do nut permit puddles". of water' or 'eritpty tin rant to messages. the field of religious'" and civic the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas

fctlons., ery of vital am.- remain on jour place a* theMe will b* breeding/ groundsfor service In the various communities The fact that no opposition devaloped ..
mun 11 i Ion and flies. and tnonqultoc where they are situated for these three men. is.
Although opposition! failed to Easter Services Rev. Powell received a Bachelor accepted us evidence

radio supplies to 6. Arrange material' not being used In orderly stacks. that the '"
velop In at least five important his battalion.Captain I Your of Arts degree at Southern citizens of the county are satis- I
County Health
Department has been
Ices are still enough "hot asked! by several fled I,
there Brownlee civic College\ preparatory to his workIn that they are serving effl-
nteats" to provide plenty of in- made an immediate organizations and city officials to assist in keeping our city Start MondayFirst I the School of Religion at Van- ciently in their varied capacities.
rest for voters, and good turn - -- r e connalssance clean. We will enforce the laws of sanitation to the best of our deibllt University In Nashville, A four-cornered race had de- ,

ts are expected at all county discovered an alternate ability and will make no exceptions: where cooperation Is not Tenn. veloped for the office of County ,

therlngs. route, and accomplished his mis prompt. We earnestly solicit each and eyeryone of you to do your In the series of pre- I Superintendent of Public Instruc

I All\ meetings have been achedul- sion. Captain! Brow nlee's un- part. Easter services to be held each lion which Is now filled by Dr.

a at 8 o'clock in the evening and daunted courage in the face of LET'S CLEAN UP I I I day at noon during the next two W, E. Mlddtetonr who is not a .\

fill\ be held as follows; overwheming odds merits the The law requires it. Decency demands It,..,,. weeks will take place Monday candidate for re-election. The '

April 4, Theressa old post ofjce highest praise" James C. Hobbs I. R. AbramseM; D. from 12:10: to 12:40: with the four who seek this nOminationare

site. .- Sanitary! Officer, Bradford County Director, Health' Department Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor of the : George n. Flynn M. B. "
church delivering the Futch. Arthur R. McRae and S.
I 7 Hellbronn nearlores. message.
April Springs} TS, Sparks
Postal Rates The services will continue each

[ April 11, Graham,"' Wasdin's Good Reports From Volunteer 'Work day, through Friday, at the same The two county officials facing
rage. l time and( place with a different opposition are Sheriff A. O. An-
local minister filling the dreu whose office Is being sought
[ April 14, New River, school Increase pulpit \
airuls. each day. The noon day services again by M. L. John. and County
April\ 18, Hampton, school Bring Fund To $6,000 will be resumed on Monday April .... Judge E. K Perryman who will I t

ounds Bradford Countlans, like their .., 3, and continue through Friday have a I'unnlng-mate In the person
April 7, Theme of the series of W. M, Kdwards,
[ April 21, Lawtey, shipping plat- brothers and sisters in all parts I With the Red< Cross War Fund I t\ - I
will be
;; "Religion In Life. Others unopposed m the May
brm. 1 of the country, will soon find the : Drive moving into its final stages,, Eppersonr$7
J. : Mrthi! H. C. ,itch On primaries are Charley E. Johns
April 25, Brooker, business cen- Bradford County has raised Wednesday, March 29 and
cost of living upped another. peg i more $24.50: ; Mrs., ; Vm. for State
than $6.000 H. Thomson April B, members of the Stark N D. Wainwright -
but Is still
ff. ,
$9.00000 I
[ April 28, Starke athletic field. when the Government's Increased short of its $18; Mrs. J. W Brownlee $10.55; Rotary Club will attend the noon- Jr.. for State Representative !
quota $15-:
rates into effect
postage go on 300. Mrs. W. O. Halfq, $41.BO; Mrs day service in a body and will and J, R. Kelly for County
March 26 and the new luxury L. H. Jennings $$45.41; Mrs!! A. Z. provide the speaker on these two Supervisor of Registration.Two .
sense Supper taxes: become effective April 1. Since the drive ends Friday,, Adkins $59: Mrs. E. M. Davis days Incumbent County Commissioners l
Service Center I Residents of Starke will not ]March 31, Chairman Nat Stern $40; Mrs. Wt B. Sewell $51.90
t : Duilng Holy Week, April 3 T C. Chastaln, District
berg all
'feel the effect of the new first urges workers In every:\ Mrs. R. A: Green' 125.02; Mrs. through April 7, union services, Four, and M O. Harrell, District
Week-end activities' at the class mall rates' as much' as residents final part of the county to make a, L. S. Hutto $10; Mis." Geo. B. will be held each night at 8 o'- Five are unopposed. In District

hurch Service Center, according of larger cities that have these "superhuman"last effort during Flynn $8; Mrs. A. W. Anderson clock in the nap t tat Church. M. n. rim-H; One the incumbent, P. D. Reddish
L Alice Clapp Brown, director home delivery. Local mall here seven days. $68.60: Mrs Paul Raymond 16. Theme of these! services will be will match votes with 0 J. Phillips
till Include the regular Saturday will continue to go for one cent has been am proud of the work that 50; Mrs. Frank Hoover $3365.: "Le ser Known Personalities'' of At the time of paying his and C, F. Carter, In District

Ight picnic supper to be follow and there has been no change of done In the residential BilHliieM Urlrt( the Passion". Special music will qualification fees M. B. Futch, Two Incumbent L. L. Conner. Is
I by a dance to which all Starke anywhere o n out-of-town mall areas Starke and in the surrounding In the business district of be provided by the united church candidate for County Super'intea' opposed by Enos Anderson and

this, as well as Service men and which still goes with a three cent Starke communities outside of Starke worke Frank Wilson and choirs except on Thursday, April dent of, Public Instruction Issued K. L. q r 4 w ford In District
iervlce couples are invited.. stamp. However, mall on StarkeR "However, the c h a irman stated W. P Smith! have reported con- 6, when the'' Presbyterian Junior the following statement: "If there Three Incumbent J. L. Wynn also

| Rev T.[..S.. Gordon pastor of the ; F. .D. routes will require a"ttef erfrjWilU-redoubiav.their, I hope that .all work trjbullons.oAi: 326, Jo... .E. Wil, f.will sing,...On :Friday,. April ever has been a time that the has ,two opponents-. W. J. Goodge.. .
Ir..f. : 1'1 rhbytei1. W'utf$71 !o6 .BJcefirstamptanerjrMarcn' 26, these last ffort in eon, B, K. Perryman and N. 7, the IRTC Chorus from Camp schools treed a well-qualified man and R. ZALee.. I
lalnesvllle and, a member of the instead of the. two cent rate now few days. Sternberg have been workIng In Blanding will provide the music for the job, It Is now Since I J. E. Brown and C. Sullivan
Executive Board of the Center in effect. The following collections have was born, reared, educated, own
this district and have not yet and the speaker on this date will qualified as candidates for School l .
till be in charge of the Medlta- Air mall from one post officeto been reported to date from other entirely completed their canvass.! be Chaplain Lemuel T, Fagan property and I have my Tamlly In Boord In District .Two. where Incumbent i

lon at the regular weekly Ves- another on the U. S. mainlandwill towns in the county: Thus far the Starke business din- The traditional Good Friday this\ county, my sole Interest lies S, K. Sparks Is retiring

ler Service to be held in the advance from six cents per New River Mrs. M. F. Wig trlct has contributed 472128. service will be held on Friday, here. My college work was planned to enter another race.

ph copal Church here on Sun ounce to eight cents per ounce, gins $39.25.Tyjressa. Packets are being distributed :April 7, from 12 noon to 3 p. m. to promote my ability to bent The nomination for Justice of
jay from 5 to 6 in the late after- but air mall going to or coming / Miss Ida Hagan, this week !in places of business, to at the Episcopal church, and a serve the schools, and the educa- Peace District! One (Lawtey and
loon. $6-iVO. tion of youth Is profession I Starke) will be
from members of the armed carryout a self-soliciting plan for union Sunrise Service will be held my a threecorneredrace
Sunday night, supper will be forces serving overseas will continuo Brooker, Mrs. Eugene Long. 100 percent posters. The Florida Easter Sunday morning.All auk the voters to consider these bet w e e n G. W. Durham,
ftcrved at 6:30: at the Church to go for six cents. $127.00. Bank at Staike has already been churches will have special facts carefully when they go to James Patray/ and Louis Sharkln.

enter following Vespers, Mrs. There will also be increases in Lawtey, Mrs. L. H. Hill, $450.: awarded its 100 percent sticker services and music on Easter the polls." The office of Constable District

rown announced yesterday, ande fees for money orders, registered, 00. with a total of $165 contributed Sunday at the regular church One, also has three contenders
regular spaghetti! supper continued Rising, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee J. A. Flllyaw, Jacob J. Johns and
insured and c. o., d. mail effective from the bank and its employee hour.
indefinitely, she said. March 26. $72.93. Newcomers Mav J.;' L. Sllcox.:
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Pastor Dies These increases are expecieu worth $134.49.: New River District
ormer to add $96,900,000 annually to ,
Vanderbilt, Mrs. Vada Yar- COMING GOSPEL TABERNACLE NowCounty
TO Register
Friends here have received word total receipts of the post office. trough, $16.99. Boy Scout MeetingThe

[>f the death of the Rev. M. M. department. Mrs. Ruth FrazIer
fc regular monthly meeting of
New Excise Taxe
rryer who of St. $30.00. registration books will
was pastor a's'n
the River
lark's Episcopal Church here for Those Americans who like to West of Starke, Mr. Luclna be open in the office of CountSupervisor y New District, Boy
!live in "the grand manner" will Scouts of America will be held
leveral years during the time of Clark, $27.00.Water of Registration J. R.
tonight ( ) at 7:30( o'clockIn
Friday :
:Vorld War L Mr. Fryer died onLarch find It coats, a pretty penny more Oak section (colored) Z, r Kelly, on the second floor of the the Methodist Recreation build-
-trts 3
8 in San.Jose, Calif., an4 starting, April 1. $13.83.: '1' 8 f'v 1, r ; K.. courthouse here through Satur in.;.
Movie and other general ad- Residential Starke s day, April 15.
'as burled with Masonic rites on ? I SR A Board of Review and. Courtof
mUalo&s will be taxed at one cent In the residential 1
arch 11.Special. district of The office Is open each week Honor will be followed by the i
for every nlckle instead of a Starke, workers have reported as day from 9 a. m. to 12:30: and regular. business session of the
1 ServiceThe penny for each dime. Levies on follows: Mrs. Earl Searing $367; ; from 1:30: p. m. until 5. group.

jewelry, fuia and toilet articles Mrs Carrie Ward 38.50: ; Mrs. In order to be eligible to register -
Rev O. C. Powell announcd will double-from 10 to 20 per- I.. D. Vining $36; Mrs. W E. and vote new citizens must
1 cent. Luggage, including such :Middle ton $72; Mrs. Bertha .
| yesterday that special services t :n have been a resident of Floridafor
'111 be held at the Methodist small articles as handbags, wal- Pearce $14.75: ; Mrs. H. L. Brown- one year. and a. resident of
hurch each evening next: week lets, etc. will also carry a 20 lee $25; Mrs R. J. Davis $29; Bradford County for six: months.Mr. "Ed BAKERsurely

Beginning at 8 o'clock. The Rev. percent tax. Ditto for electric Mrs. Frank Landrum 35.25: ; Mrs. ',. Kelly stated thin week that

Ed Garrett of Waldo will be I light bulbs. E. L. Matthews $1423; Mrs. W. i. registration is brisk and that a has given the

the speakei.- I Local telephone bills will be t good many soldiers, who have

taxed at IS percent instead of ,Senator UpchurchWill "" ........i,;.. lived here a year, are registering: voters-and the other
while distance calla will candidates somethingto
10, long '..
VOTE ,FOR' carry a 25 percent levy Instead Speak Here '. ."" Clara Kalch Stone think about

of 20. The same raise applies to Afternoon \ .
Saturday \
E. P. Martinof telegrams. Travel tickets, now "" .',...;, Funeral Services for Mm. Clara -T 'mpa Tribune Mar. 15 r

Plant City, ""a.Candidate I taxed at 10 percent, go to 15.: Frank D. Upchurch of St. Au- I \; /' Kalch Stone 75, who (died Wednesday -

I I Liquor 'taxes will Jump from $6 gustine, candidate for the Dem- -IL : night of last week at her .

to $9 per proof gallon, which ocratic nomination as Governor of 'o home near Hampton were conducted 'lift:
mean that it will cost the consumer Florida will bring his 'campalgl1 ,,'. at 2 p. m. Friday at the ;It
about 75c: more per quart to Starke at'4 p. m. on Saturday, 6 Hampton Christian Church with t?: (
Beer taxes advance from $7 to March 25. He will speak Irj; Law- the Rev. J. B Dixon, pastor of I
$8 per barrel. Public drinkingwill tey at 5 p. m., Friday; March 24. the North Shore Church of Jacksonville '
also be costlier where singing ,Advance information indicates officiating. Intermentwas
or dancing accompaniment is he will discuss in plain languagehis s in Santa Fe Cemetery under

provided. Cabaret checks; now 14 objectives, which concern I the direction of the Key-McCabe ( \

nicked a modest 5 percent will such vUat! problems as education, Funeral Home. '

'F be socked at a 30 percent rate old age assistance, agriculture, f I Active pallbearers were A. O. ...
+ntl.M beginning April 1. veterans, labor as well as a number Andreu.) J, C. Hoover, I. N. New- "
of subjects In which citizens ell, W. H. Griffin, Aaron Minton 4ntaa
here ere vitally interented. and Culver Van Alstlne. : +
Christian Church tir
- .... .While, here Senator. Upchurchhopes Born in Philadelphia, Pa., on
{Names castor to meet his- friend- and- Dec. 28, 1868, Mrs. Stone cameto

supporters and any others who Florida with her'parents, the
1... G. Shepherd was appointed I desire" information about his candidacy late Mr. and "11'.. William Kalch,

Pastor of the First Christian His visit U a part of his DR. CHARLES H. STEVENS In 1878. She was the widow of
Church at a reorganization meet !state-wide! speaking tour which Jacob ]M. Stone and a member of

ing held recently. Services will provides for appearances in each PASTOR SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH the Lutheran Church of Philadel-
be held each Sunday at 11 o'clockIn of Florida's 67 counties. phia.

the morning and 8 o'clock in Widely experienced In government WINSTON SALEM N. C. She Is survived by her daughter F '
the evening. Upchurch has served as Mrs. Ethel Stone LaChance and FORGOVERNOR

Church officers were elected as city attorney, munlolpal judge, two brothers, C. F. Kalch of
For follows:: Eiders l and Trustees, city commissioner, mayor of his Tuesday March 28 Through Sunday, April 2 Miami. and L. R. Kalch of Hampton.

ATTORNEY GENERAL Judge A. Z. Adkins. W, I* Andrews home city, member of the house .
and William Edwards Dea- la the Legislature, and he Is nowa HEAR[ THIS OUTSTANDING BIBLE TEACHER -

Pr>r.lrr4 taw ter 38 ffmm.fvrvvil cons, P. S. Denmark Edd Pre- state senator. SPEAK ON DANIEL'S PROPHECY Mrs. A. E. Light foot is in Be Sure You Are
a ....10.. Im SI' .... and E. A. Winkler; Deaconesses Louisville, Ky., attending the an-
* A real '.1..JII .1 vatt Qualified to Vote
.......... will ..>.. FAU.rae !, Mrs. Willie Johns and Mrs. Mr. aed Mrs. Carl Johns and nual board meeting at the Flor
as.e ,. Ge..1. Ara E. Moltt; Secretary and family were in Jacksonville Wednesday -- AH Friends of Christ Cordially Invited ida Trustees of the Woman's Missionary I (bald ldtttai ..4..rI.t..u

(Paid Political! AdT.) Treasurer, Mrs. W. L. Andrews. ... r r Training School. ,


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}ration points! Ain't. It pitiful? ,F are to be on the market In Flor jasitatlon. She also discussed with the group I'
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Now the preachers tell us that ida this month. Group 1Y.Meeting. the value of doing the right YOU CAN GET

money Is the root of all evil, butI I Frank Merritt is wIlling ctj plac -Home of Sidney'GrlffJlf things at the right time, I REAL RELIEF\
tahll"hed 1877 say they're wrong at least his: part In the war effort. He j Mr. Chester reviewed Jobi that
since Pearl Harbor. The way 11 has 300 laying hens anJ even Those attending-Mr. Chester, were to be done now Plantingof /umt ACID
E. I. Matthew ,_____ Editor and Owner
figure It out, this ration-point though eggs are down in price, Miss Phelps and Mrs. Grace M. feed crops and soil building
SUHSCHII'TION K\TE system Is the root of all evil. he says thereJ.,'a war. All must Uuign: : Distr.ct Associate FS 1\ practices were stressed. ?r INDIGESTIONhe
It's made thieves and lawbreakrs have food voVnOw= ha has 300 Supervisor (Home).
Yearly, $1.75; SU Montis s. $t.00PatIIvh'd ' Miss Phelps discussed food and u -
'> out of the bent of us. If ws: baby chicks 'II creek old and 400 Mrs. Ensign stressed fighting; -
its! relation to the body, stating
don't patronize black markets, we eggs setting. on the Home Front by producingmore
Mailerat !
Weekly on Fridays and Entercil an Second C'Iu"*
the Pot Office at Slarlte, Florida" try our best to cheat the grocery- AIrs Levy .-Oveen has a year feed and food. She Mated that our future democracy was : i t
man or meat dealer] out of a few round garden! ;'<:!A*k her how she that we were not asked to give depending on our youth of today.
ration points. If we can't turn has managed to 'have new Irish our lives as farmers, but our effort
the trick any other way, well]] potatoes the year round? She has to produce food. She pointedout New shipment of office suppliesIn
claim that we forgot to bringour not had to buy potatoes for two that the farmer Is the most at Bradford County Telegraph Carpenter's
a UNCIAEJOE"S book along hoping the pooriVllmv years. .' Important person In the Army. I office. Drug Sf

will trust us and forget Farmers take food off the, market - -
about It before we come again. ? Who would be guilty? They
(o Yes sir. This ration system are In Uncle Sam's Army Their
? of $... 4 II. w Ewrr+k W Yr B.r
has certainly changed a lot
oS job' la to produce: for home use
t 1 i .1 A W things Including the way I size and put some on the market. ?,rAzd
friends and acquaintances.I .
up my
Canning goal-100 quarts per
know of otherwise honest
a lot
I person Is the homemakers' goal.
folks I'd trust with my pocketbook
English peas will soon be readyto
but right off hand I can't s9
: can. Did you know that they
One day last week Leslie Me- .I Now I'd like to tell you that think of a single one I'd let get :lose one-half of their sweetnessat

Lendon sold a day's picking of>' Leslie ate well-deserved steak as out of my sight with my ration I prevailing temperature, in two Full Month'/ Supply e
fancy strawberries for more than long as he could swallow-but I book! I.days: after they have reached I
10 frog hides per 36-plnt crate..'can't. It seems he forgot and ,edible maturity 100 tablet 89C
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Before he left home that morning left his ration book in his Sun- Canning a war time necesslty-
Instructed his little wife to,d a y-go-to-meetlng breeches, so THIS & THATINF.S.A. Each homemaker City, Urban or Lovett's Enriched White P.ices Good Thru Saturday, March 25

I are everything In 1 advancea you can Imagine. the disappointment County, has a patriotic obligation. Bread 16-oz loaf 8c California Pearl .
steak that nighthe that'reigned In the
big supper supreme That obligation to can vegetables -
planned to bring home a McLendon household that evening. that have the highest food 'Super Brand
e juicy sirloin If his berries I Just think of It! Steak-hungry, a value and vegetables that cannotbe B ice 4 lbs 3
a Brought the top, which they did. pocketfull of dollar bills, but no stored otherwise successfully.In Margarine
By Grace Phelps order to haw' vegetables to
Did you know that Soy Beansare can, one should plan now and New Pack Bulk Ga. Cured Whole or Shank Half.

S. Fowler a good meat of Bradford substitute County? Irvln plant so that a great quantitywill ,Sauer Kraut 3 lbs 25c Picnic Hams ib 29c<
not go to waste; also there
grew them on his farm in 1943. will be a period durIng which Herman's Orange Band (Not Sold in Ga.) I No Points) Best Grade Carton Pure
His family had all they needed nothing is available. "A continuous -
"N"aQ..yNkrls. for home use, some to can, and supply] should be the goal" of Skinless Wieners u> 35c Lard Pound 17c 2 Pounds 33C|
saved seed for this year. every gardener. Let's make our n

P Just arrived in' Starke: Soy pantry shelves look like an In Lovett'a Tenderer Breakfast Bacon Only 1 Point Lb. Nowl. Northern Dressed Pan-
bean seed. Buy now and plant. dustry. Plan now for next win- Grade A Fish
Coleman C. Dees has 2 1-2 ter. Study the' family needs and B..EEFBlade MOmtEu..SPIU.ACE I Ib 15(|

acres of fine looking English peas plan accordingly,.*' then plant. c King Mecke.lSteak
that will be placed on the market Farm Families Push Spring Drive Ib 35t|
Chuck : Grade, B
I Group III. J. Roe Shad
or SpanishMacJcerellb
I, u Brady .Harrison, ,has planted 4ncrre Meeting- plat?I Mrs. Coleman Roast Ib 27c Rindless Sliced I
| or insn potato). Helping C. Dees. \,' 10-In. RibRoast Uc
In the war effort? I should say. Thoie present;W. V. Chester row t / Headless OceanShrimp I
Plant Egyptian Wheat now. It FSA Supervisor and Sarah G. Ib 29c 32cNona Ib 3Sc
Is good for chicken feed as well Phelps, Associate FSA Supel'vlsorHome.a. Fresh MadeDamhllJ'gerlb25 I
Fancy Whole
as ''Human I
consumption.Your ( ) .
: ..
i coffee Jars: Don't throw Jobs to ,be, done: now were Brisket Stewing Batter Rindl..., Sliced Bacon Mallet Ib 19c|

iHHNi PlRTNERi them away. Fill them with soy stressed! 'Pouljry.;. breeding ot. Beef Ib 17c Grade A Pound 39c Whole! Salted Fish
beans and tomatoes this summer. sows and cows; vaccinating and Roe Ib 5Sc|
See your local stores for those worming of hogs; planting of Tender BeefHearts
Ga. Rind-on, Piece Ham Mackerel
odd Jar lids.Aluminum.,
gardens, soy beans Egyptian Ib 19c
Cookers: Yes, they wheat, feed crops and health and Bacon Ib 25c Hocks Ib 23c Steaks Ib 33(1
The boy in the tank and the Production fight, your Standard Sliced Be.iLiver
r I. Rind-on Piece Bacon Western White Pollock
man on the tractor'are'' Oil is Ib 35c
part man also a fighting Strips Ib 31c Bacon Ib I9c Fillets Ib 29
ners-fighting partners -in partner. He is helping FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECON :\I) RIDE Baking Tips Short

this war for Freedom I We the Southern farmer keep his Ribs Ib 21< No Points Buy All You Want Whole or Shank Hall Port I

on the home front must furnish trucks, tractors and machinery FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Fresh BeefTongues Western Pork Back Pork Ears Hams Ib 31c

the food (16,000,000 by giving '. COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Ib,29c Riblets Ib 7c Feet or Ib 12c Whole Shoulders! or Shank Hall I Foil I!

more acres of it than last helpful service and advice PLEASE PHONE 117 Half or Wholeplants Bacon Pork Neck b27c

year's record total), to supply on farm machinery mainteour Skins Assorted Cold
Ib 34c Ib IQc Bones 2 Ibs 15c Meats Ib 29c|
boys with what they need and Rendered
nance making dependable Pure
for Victory. fuels and lubricants available UNION BUS STATIONLACY Lard 44-oz 54c Beef or Pork Brains......Ib, liver Sliced Lamb Ib 29c|

With farm labor short everywhere CONWAY Agent ., Path's HeadCheese Brisket Spare Ribs......Ib 15 C Sliced Pork

every piece of farm machine Always anxious to serve, Temple Are. Starke.Florida Ib 19c TridTe. or-- -Port_n,'Tail.- --.-.......It_* _'1'1_.._...._ IL IU 06&11 Ca.;

ery must be kept in the fields your. Standard Oil man can Lido Club Spaghetti Champion Mixed Dill

working, in fighting-trim certainly render you extra Dinner I
not in the shed for repairs. service now Ask him for a pkg 17c Pickles Qt Jar 15c

Rust, dirt and wear Wile free copy of his 64- DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick Land O' Sun
must be prevented. "Wartime Main. Pancake
In this More Food tenance Manual." Service High Quality Work FLOUR TOMATOES RITZ

20-oi: 5c pk= 13c |
i nea.n o
+ Sunshine

WAFERS Way Below! Ceiling! Code.
and Mrs. E. O., Edwards.Proprietors Mb 19C 2 1 ib41c|

STAN DARD Oi L COM PAHY PHONE 135: 315 TEMPLE .t\YEt Land O' $ua

'" STARKE, FLORIDA, MILK3fqr26c FLORID!; no 2 can .8e Bdllard'lFLOUR

- t I Sibs 31c
How JIMMY JUDY / qe.m-e NlI( ($ /JuI1Q and fllq jr tluClE'.s;, I No Points! Bulk _

PRUNESib Milton, Early June Billow tlFISH

AND ALL we HAVe ft DO is 15-oz25c
1 WKC '1'10
JUST MovV ro SEND/ 11'-
THEY WERE fic cuep-; lb SOMe y AND OVER ON 7HiSt Egg Dyes Juicy Sw..t FloridaOranges .
SOLDIER "". J AND NoW HE'S 'WA/ Pound 5c
/ ti OVERSEAa r )I / o THERE'S MO pkgs 25c. : Juicy Florida [
tic T 1
Ceans! Closet Grapefruit Pound_ 5c|
Jy fi4
U. S.1 Main.

4 Bowls Potatoes 10 Ibs 33c

Large 19c Fancy TexasCarrots Fancy Florida

J.. bunch 6c Celery 2 stalks IScI
. AND LOOK.JUDY; HERE'S THAT LlTTLB u. -, 1 Florida Idaho
\\1111; OF JULY R\/ADG-l/ $ SEND +Y ftU1E 1b SOME Fancy Canadian
MIGHT SCARE U. s. 1 York I
'h jy, CDME0I JIMMY-
"!t;:, NOSY LETS COVER -Y e r V y tr 4S 7jIE'CoKE"faireFbR'lM I v ; ) PEARS Californfa Avocado 2 for 25c
,lJ THEMOCKANOSEa a RiGNtA'OV- -r--= >J R g) -
r No. 2 12c Top Seal Jar

, Rings Dozen 5e ,
.. Stdndard far .

1 I. CASHMERE Rings Dozen 5c

.. 1iiI: Vacu-Seal .

.;11"v; BOUQUETCake Vacu-Seal Ud Dozen lOc Deviled

.j! 9cSWEETHEART Closures Dozen 23c
; Pint Size Fruit
. A SOAP Jars Dozen 67c
>f r Quart Size Fruit

j 4 Cello Package Z3c 's'15c
j' WAS THAT REMEMBERED Us WIT31 Ifl natural b>pwulor MM M %
. THESE SWELL SQUEEZE BDXES s..w.nheMr.k..,,. 1 Ii Sure-Jell 2 forSoup 2Sc
Ou boyt in and .. need \ Ii. ThaI".wII,....h... t
.r f- y AND SWEETFbTATO f comp e fiaaiintlrumenti musical C..c.k..Ul.d'Ca', 19c'

' PIPS b'1 I of all kinds-harmonicas, fluttt,
, ''ht1
y r accordions ocannat bazookas, pecker; t ,
\ yy !! S.OUPONS
I, \ mut*.makers,B.a sport like. Jimmy and Judy_ : : ..

:t',1 I ransack you home-and oik 1I .... Mixes
3 I your neighbor J :.... ON MRT"kGSPKOL9e IJ4 3 'for 24c
,' ht any/ unused Instruments." Take ihem" to your :
' }' "
4)t .' (/ Coco-Cob dealer.Then rheXoke'truck. will sendem ti 1 I 23cSpied'

!::3 "*'- to Unde Sam (for our boa Do todayl! r Q ' Borden's 20-Mule Team

\ ( J. ) : ZEROQuart B E M O BoraxEelbeck pkg 12cf

f f
The way to drink your vitamin
STARKE; COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO and like '.ml Grits I .Pkg KM Carnation Melted
15cW 1-lb Jar 59c Milk ib 37c |

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n. 1944



Ed'.tor-In-Chlef GRADE NEWS '. ".

Freddie WImberly KIKMT" KHlltH .

Co-Editor Sewell CruseeDrive. ,and are workingehart. ",

Virginia ;:)t. Mid U let on

? Senior Biographies 'rmfni1111F: \.:\\'"
s Hazen Roberta_WhltfleldI W. are *lBd 1 welcome a new
MarjorIe DavIs pupil. from Jacksonville MarJ.rl
I News -
Maddox. Helen Uyal I hall
....____ Darby Peek rvtnrned
.... - to school after a throe weeka'visit
Edgar Wilkinson with her slier In T" 'oll. <3niJU.ri."nUrpI"ln .

Ll I Features __ Lola Blecha .....'I". Wekitullckhaup

.''Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, bottle, make things", to cell our
weekly White Elephant: *ul". At "
jhy I Faxon Phyllis :Martin, present w.. have >M e0 and hope. I, '
Melverna Thornton l. Inoreaxe the Hmnunt next week
.ribly) Martha Lea Martin Ernestine Mcltae, teacher;

f:Margaret'' .Stilngfellow:- MilS. W..J '8!I ..TII'U..;. '
The ,
following pupil received I II "
gold tar last week for perfect '.!.
work: Wetty Kitchen, Ruth OlIgHon,
usie Seesit )Melba Hl.kHetty Wllllama" ., and
Jo Ann WllllaniH.- '. ';
The pupils receiving gold stare
i thin wk are an. follow: Itetty
I all. B-uchte. Ulenda ('ro."y.1111... Col- .
iidt/i,* never crane. Dropped In Icy James Orlfflx, Kdmiind IVCHMnuin .
jL art clan,. .*. the other day and Anthony lutlnw. (lenrK ItlckH,
Jimmy Illtch, ,
Kl.nlft Bletha making quite a Iliith
[Kill I bell hop. Preddfo W., a nilnKon.. Loralne AVIlllainH. Maile.Johnson
Kthel :Mae D., a Cannon llasel Kersey .la Ann .
l n. n ads out of egg Mhells. Heard Rlanrhe) Stanley Betty \VI 11 Iii m...
ftn commenting about how Jo Ann WllllamH. Anna XeeThomaa
the egg were to blow, out ofa .Dan. -I"obrook.1...!- 1 riydeDenmark. .. y'
hellH. luem. that Adam 1
j gum !Ixn't the only thing ll.\rJ.) :'
C: iiMr.
luikfB your breath!: away eh, I I
( Mhr|>|inr \
We haIL new pupil In 1nur .
It looks mm If Mil the ailxTawiiunlnw room Jackie Hay Alvure Jo Ann ,
over Munno K.l \ tt1E
Dink nIl Is bringing Home Nanl'r..ew )/
< one nt them n.mmentlniclho books. to Hchool. We are enjoying .
e pretty worn lit kin them very much.
Hit ,yon Steve It Met everyl.tppvned Reporters
-smuyf Jo Ann IHnklns.
. by Crywtal Lake not Marian MclUe.8TII .
lie ago and guexa.. what 1 .aw7
Lir"< -" of ;\11''''. Coi>k'. Home 4:110.'N .
[iris. and their encort prepur- (Mr*. l>emt.reMl| i
super ""I> JIg fire' III The White I-JlephLint sale wa. ii
livlntf room made everything surely a success lust Friday. i
coxy. liecog n I t e d Dorla. Everyone brought things they had .
H. jlowaid Manning, :Marga- outgrown or didn't wunt anymore. "
upp, and J. A. And nay. J. A., We sold everything; we bad except : -
were you going to do with a few books. The amount
frog! Wild that what wan Bold wan 120.69.
UK' Margaret S. squeal And This room. 'nurely j Is. proud of
.a feed 1! Cokes, welnei-H'' hun, It* prise nrahey for selling the ,
j ,rakes, randy and ..Jerythinglbruit i most bond. The prime. money
Wonder v>h.f.. hepr amounted to 4.* I t\ I
r tu Milton :\. and Jewel P. I We have a new student In our
nnfet II".' nould .like. tu.ird room;' hi. name I.I .;. (:. Brazil and 4
.. we are veryflad to have him
.. !hat Agnea Lewi.' nev. nti '
birthday party was super, NTH AVnKH' !*!/>V 4' .'''t'. 1 ..,
Evelyn: Newnnme, Gloria Coop- Our room I I. very happy In a . .'
..nuny R., At! I It o n Norman sense and ad In another, We '. i.
>r English, Gene Hall Conette made 11In the Whlte-Rlephant \ '. ,'1
Marian Hatu..... Robert John Male and now ha.v.... 'total of $27 "- ,,. OJ
.le >h..' liken that root l l? for Red Cross. We'hope to haveanother f "
.. dress that "lie sew \IrSenell White-Elephant Hale. noon.Mr :r C
I \"e.rl..; 'lother day. *. Anderson our home room ;
V .Imply truck loada of bide teacher la 111 and In-a hospital In :
somewhere Thursday noon Oalnenvllle. We rontrlliuted five 'PI!" : : j' I
hiaturHlly. I hPd to Investigate dollar out of our due, for flower , \Vatnon and my spy gland for her. We hope- she. will.."", ,, '.., '1
J,trailed: them. And where do ; back noon and that she. will get \ ;
think they .mopped At Gold well. .
1 Branch of coume. Looked Mr. Smith' In our substituteteerher (
J'il and caw that they wereophnmores and a" we are familiarwith I ,
$:: and when T aw her and have had her befoi-o. home built by yoarRed Cross.he should
1('n.'per and )11''''. Law 1 knewlihHt happy to have her
we are very
It was a Sophomore party again. be wounded the Red Cross worker will
l and by the way also navy ,
Shirley Arnett (Assistant. Reporter
..Ii.V and Hunter H. heeding
luat way with James. n. \Vhlltrty' ). sit beside his bed . sent by you to do
seemed to belir
a swell Everyone time, boat rid Inlf. In Unit A, first grades: through the things you would do for him yourself
Inn I HIT, etc. Poor ole Susie fifth much enthusiasm has been

[I no do tired to make'til It it wee home all after she children displayed In by earning the entire; money group for the of T HERE i n pain like the hun of Cross. For the Red Cross is still the if you were there.

\\\nit.\ around the ravine. f'ay-- Red Cross. Mother in the World now as If he should be of .
1 remind. me. and I simply White Elephant Hale, (candy longing . the constant, yearning.Greatest. a prisoner war ; .

U tell,ravine vi.n.when W"..all lurking of "a'around sudden acid.sandwiches We are and proud peanut to have av up been to pain you feel for someone far away. always doing the sort of things you'd ;your Red Cross will send him every week,

l.ird n blood-cunlllng nrream.lot date, Frldav March 11, wo have
Watson on the trail end mad a little mnre than f1>4. It is a proud pain and you-brave girl want to do yourself for him. if humanly possible, your carton of real
>I' 'hru'' the bushes to nee Pee We challenge the Senior II"''rh: !
Ireon. Betty T. and Freddie bear i it he be . in camp or American food..Yes, and real American .
. proudly. Wherever may
i-xcltedly' talking LfrTijt' some 1t""FI"'H.It\...] .:"" !OI ,, you I.
: Later got \It atralKht.: They The Fifth 1 < .
walking Mlnng no neareftillyliet ['omDonll lomt. about Important mann You do your work . and buy-your overseas

|.nw) Pro T Wee happened standing to on look a Held American was the Hlntory.first one Helen to*Whit-finish bonds . and give your blood . and or slogging through the mud . the Red Of course, you have given before, generously -
,>' Xattirally-vou know what I an.1 Mr*. PC we II said that It looked "
..null they yelled ,and ran. AhIrer very neat. help a thousand ways. Cross will bring him com and with a willing
And Teddy N. ThompKon.
h-pn-- RrtHViv Turner
-And; .;';ion, -who' ic i'.II.he; But when the night grows still and you forts, solace and a helping hand.And you expect to giveare

tan .""" "" tell me why ..lonetne Senior Biographies the hand. GIVE TO THE again. Out this year dig
Jnhim la nil .-f.."... all alone . comes again

fl.I If l l..CciId mle gay the In rennon her rottmfHilda he.J. a MARGARET STRINGFELLOW wish that there was something extra you The blood you gave so will' deeper...give more than you .

Pearce and Hetty Turner I From the Florida State Farm which will to him...thanks + ever have in the past. Give I
J'l-aled' their-blrthdnyn the name cornea Margaret Strlngfellow could do, some special way in you ingly get

|t, :March 17th. Happy E-lrthday.: ;i born in Starke on June 4, 1925. could reach him, bringing him the small to ;your Red Cross. He will for the boy who Isn't in your

l'i"l.ees nillv I'm your just-niavbe middle not a Ita good niimo Hercules guenKlnre 1,11'- >at She B.H.S.has .,always although gone the to says school that comforts, the extra little, human things sleep between sheets when RED CROSS arms.This year dig deep and

M say. am I right I she doesn't especially care for that he from he sees on leave. ; in a rest be glad. For wherever be is
ho says, fh.r..'. a man hortFt expects you. .
K.err tin. I see these studying- :
l I Dancing fishing, skating
-or two with them 'lion dodo 't a
It, plaf '.'...r..Uo.nUIF.1I I playing tennis hold a special at- t..when you ;. almost see him standing'there :

<>*. anyone know why Henry traction for Margaret. She Is think of Red The RED CROSS his
f dlee
|4.Flynn.a wan party mo gloomy Friday at night HettvI ? people always and fascinated going by places.meeting; new before you . . at side : !

f Carpenter and Phillip Thorn
<> really having a good time.m I Margaret looks with disdain

I Marian rillly Mlles Brown.Phillip Joan T."arpen-, Joe upon boys who are silly and :

(telth. Dorla Monerl..'. Mar. childish. She doesn't like southern anu/Ae edCnss Is YOeD ..

pit-y*Llirhtfoot Fowler Patsy Janet Ruth Anderson Hall accents and
tuaret! M., Henry M., Bobby Half I about their boy friends either. I
1.:v Whitney Billy Smith, Jlm- her summer j
After spending
I Mcnae. Peggy Ann Wiggins, .
I Charles Mooney. : vacation in Miami. .West Palm 'J
pave vets seen Wanda Pearce'nf Beach and Atlanta Ga., Mar-
.. .
I met watch her. Birthday present .from garet plans to work 'in an officeif FRANK'S FINE FOOD THE WONDER GIFT SHOP STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE
hny, I ma Jean W, abe' do .like.
Toe senior," class" wishes you me '

VOTE FOR best of luck.. Margaret.- e. .. ' ;Olson's. Commercial R frig'eration BOB'S TAVERN'EDDIE DAVIS


MELVIN B. County Melverna Thornton went

FUTCHYour eighth to school grade in Raiford where she through was vall-the< ANDREWS MOTOR CO.' DENMARK FURNITURE CO. LAPPE BAKERY

dicto-:an of her class. She then

two yean of high school where

COUNTY SCHOOL she served at the Junior-Senior ...


started attending BHS In her tf 4NATIONAL 9


worked at Southern Bell as a toll

Mils operator month.from Her last plans April for until the THE SNACK BARBROWNSTEEN'S T KOCH DRUG STOREMERRILLMATHEWS PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE

Suture are Indefinite at least until

: L ]'A the Bunny war Is Is over.especially fond of SHOE REPAIR DAIRY TIP TOP SUPER MARKET

: dancing, eating swimming and

strong dIslike for spinach

2 cooking.
those party ru..... that yon brineto ,
........... *...... to be "a ....".
far .... .........." instead of "..
can'ter .... tea.ber". Culls me.D. CARL JOHNS
peel! Lola n. looks simply
e darlln' In pig tails. Whllt reminds Member F. D. I. C. Across From lark Theatre FEED SEED FERTILIZER
r imv Kid Ray will be here before
0 long. I Just can't wait to see thosedignified .....
act their .
vJw who are
!' two erfl boys
sailors now Richard Ray and O. V.Miver. .
C>".' da look great In those .'
I Navr: uniforms Mgr/.allure, boys.nVrney .lass .sd SAM ROSENBERG & SON THE CAMP DINER P. S. STORES
Passed i
,I At The Bus Station

,\ Zrftlle ,iTas voted that *. have Pall UNION BUS STATION C. SMITH GARDNER BLANDING CENTER BAR '

g-ant .... Blllr aenarBteoV T..... If tae PHOTOGRAPHER '
la not pal to aa
Llfe of i naroar
( I .

This County, Well Qualified Jimmieu0.forth to each wrltingMmot other. Very srback' Inter-and Sistrunk's Feed & Seed' Store THE STAG GISLAIN'S NOVELTY SHOP .

and Experienced for ,.
the Job.. "well Nye ow. See ya' next w::1:.. g

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,. .....,."". '..;;.::: . .. nPAGR -." .._-'-

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R .__n___ -- -"" ,
;}, one along Call St.. has a few Well, I certainly! have p

i1J; a SOCIETY and CLUBS '. WSCS Elect DelegatesMethodist Members For Birthday Freddie Party Thomson ,Faxon-Hubner -" I you heckles see the salted classified away ad. .in. Sun-Did plan would for hardly spending come$10,000 B bet, i "

beading of / ,
WSCS Circles met Mrs. William[ It. Thomson entertained V- pt j day's Times-Union: "I have $10-, . Yoo, hoo, '
Royal Service Spaghetti Supper Monday afternoon in tbe church the "Carriage Crowd" and 000 cash to invest in a quick you're male P ''l to
for a business and program meet- their mothers Tuesday afternoon U I
Night If
WMU ProgramThe Tuesday turnover, legitimate business. would
at a party celebrating the firs HopefulK"I,
Royal Service and business Members of the losing side In Ing.The president, Mrs. W. G. Halle, birthday of her small son, Freddie I I you have an Idea and definite you weren't) '
4 , meeting of the Baptist W. :M U an attendance contest sponsored presided and after routine business plan of operation I will ,furnish with this \
was held Tuesday afteinoon at by the Fellowship Clans of the delegates were elected to at- Mrs. Thomson was assisted by the money. Address: P. O. Box: I Ideas" I I ,, '
'.; the church with t 20 members Methodist Sunday School w e r e tend the annual conference of the Miss Frances Peek MI'II. William 46, Starke, Fla." , Hmmm . .
present hosts to members of the winning WSCS, which will be held in St. Baggett Mrs. Dameron Black ':aroj.| |
t irk The program was in chargeof side at a spaghetti! supper given Petersburg, April 11, 12, 13. Mrs Mrs. Richard Kldd. Miss Betty .._..._-_-- ----- ------ ... L __
Circle One with Mrs' L. O Tuesday night In the recreation Retie and Mrs. W. B. Middletonwere Anne Flynn Mrs. Wesley Brlsco
Powell leading[ : the devotional building.In chosen. and Freddie's godmother, Mrs. H,
Interesting talk on "Ch rlsUanlty a business session followingthe Mrs. J. L. Thorn led an Impres- V. Knight, In entertaining the / a x r Prompt Service Careful Driven
w iu In Europe" were given by Mrs delicious supper, the finance Rive devotional service, using as group on the lawn of the Stump I .
". Jessie[ New Rome, Mrs. G. W. Alderman committee reported that $154 had her subject "The Lord's Song In home.
. and Mrs. Powell. Continuing been collected to date toward refinishing a Strange Land". The program Games were enjoyed and pictures Starke Taxi ServicePhone
: the program, Mrs. Ethel floors and painting the was entitled "New Voices", and were taken of various
Y Biggs and Mrs William[ Procton interior of the building those taking part were: Mrs. L. groups dining the afternoon at
rendered a vocal duet with Mrs, It was decided that the attend- D. Vining, MRs[ Olive Ray, Mrs the close of which refreshments 150 I
I W. R Morse at the pIano ance contest would be continued A. W. Anderson and Mrs. A. of Ice cream and cake were served 6MISS II
Mrs. Powell acted as chairman Wood. at a table centered with a large I
of the!! business[ lIe lrion In the under leadership of the present birthday cake with one candle.
absence of the president, Mrs captains Fred Guy and C. H. I I The circles will meet April Appointments were In Easter egg Day Night j
; A, E. Lightfoot who [la out of the Nasworthy. Th" teams will be and places of meeting will 3//colors and favors were tiny Easter DOROTHY FAXON' I
1 rliv. Rojilfi were nrpftented! at called "The Wise Guys" and "The announced later. hflftkptn. ____ I
this' time; -" to members- u o tthe I Tip Tops". The guest list included the fol- air ana Mrs. wimam u. axon r
, of Starke, announce the engage-
group who have completed the Visitor Entertained lowing names of, Starke's small
ment of their daughter, Dorothy SEA FOODS
;" Study Course "Christianity, OurCltadt'l" Ladies Auxiliary fry: Mary Kathryn-.nd Betty.Lou CHICKEN DINNERS !
Marie, to Air Corps Cadet James
'. Mrs II, B. Montgomery of GrIt-
Twenty-four have completed Walnwright./ Mary Agnes Mat- STEAKS CHOPS
;,. : the study to date. The Ladles Auxiliary of the fin, Ga, who' 1 is visiting her slo- thews, Virginia[ Jean Darby, Kath Hubner now stationed at Thundei- -
It was announced that Mrs. Presbyterian Church will meet t ers, Mrs. W. F Godwin and Mrs leen Scanlan Jerry fecanlan Rob- bird Field, Arizona. DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI
,apA, \.}t Luthur Powell and Mrs. T, B. Tuesday, Mar. 28. at 8 P.'M. wltn l W. J. Chandler, has been delight,- ert Canova Kldd, Thomas and Field Miss Faxon is a member of
Harding will nerve as hostesses Mrs M. C. Mayhugh. Mrs. Char., tully entertained during her staj Smith, Joy Sue and David Allen the Bradford High School Senior TEMPTING TASTY, SANDWICHES
In April. the program. was hostess at a lovely luncheoin 'I Lou and Bill Green and one
cine, Fla., where his mother
... - -_ .- In honor of Mrs. Montgomery 1 in I Gainesville guest, Bobby Strip- and father 6 "
----- Mr. and
Mrs Fred
---- --- ------- ---- --
FUNERAL DIRECTOR one of the Camp Branding[ guest t ling. Hubner, now live.A A, & A LUNCHEONETTE
\? houses acd several bridge parties I I Mothers present at the party definite date for the wedding
1 My Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to K ndei were Mrs. Joseph Scanlan, Mlrs.
1j' .. have also been given for this has not been set as yet. 21-Hour ServiceIn
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE popular Jack Scanlan, Mrs. Richard Kldd,
kffi j'ft MODERATE PRICKS visitor[ Miff.: Charles Darby, Mrs. R A. the words to "Malrzy Doats" at Park Theatre Bldg. Starke. FloridaANNOUNCING

Ibi DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Montgomery will leavehe Green Mrs E. L. Matthews, Mrs. the Monday night bridge club
SUtrke. Florida last of next week for Tallalassee Fred Guy, Mrs. Charles Allen. . I

..-_ 11 PI e L _,_ 'In .. e. _,..... .....'___._..__ for,a visit of several day*I Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Merrill I
before returning to her home 1 In Futch and an out of town guest, .And !speaking of homing pigeons

t ., Griffin. Mrs. Robert Stripling. Gainesville. . Sgt. Robert Dodson, now .

.. . ._, (! the T.
--------------- --------- -- visiting M. Hutching
-- ---- ----- - --
family, Isthe best advertisement THESWEET

r y. M. L. JOHNS Callstreet for the Red Cross that ever walked -
Carolyn down Call St. '. Sgt. Bob

,, , SHERIFF ; spent 11 months In England as

Si, ? ? :' BRADFORD COUNTY .._._ ,. .. a member. of_ the Eagle Squadron -, j SHOP
-- ,
OF I ----- with the Stn Air Corps . ;
r Some folks xtlll depend on the this week'' I *" '
beaming Took In both
------ over those part a reconnaissance -- NOW OPEN'OPPOSITE
I first robin or the first bud on the three pairs of silk hose sent to flight and a raid over.
HE WILL MAKE YOU A CAP- pecan, trees but I always figure her by a cousin who's with the fiance and came back without a

ABLE, FEARLESS, I M P A R that spring Is really here when Naval Air Force In the Canal scratch Was hospitalized for : ( PARK THEATRE)
eM the candidates get out their sound Zone . With a spirit of patriotism [ many months following a spill 1 '.
TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. wagons and start hitting the that I cannot, help but ad- from a motorcycle . Seemshe 116 South'Walnut
jvr highway and byways . Saw mire, Margie 'lows,,as. bow she's
just can't about
say enough I
our own Lex Green testing out saving one pair td be auctioned
j 1 Your Vote & Support ,Appreciated I his p. a. system Sunday and off at the next War:Bond Drive! the worth of the Red Cross which I i Sandwiches . home made candies .' Soft
II I heading, for the wide open spaces Glimpsed cute- little Linda gave him everything from a glass ] I drinks . .Ice cream . We are now open to
of West Florida Quite thrilling Kay Sale "trying on" clothes witha of milk to money enough for a serve you, courteously, promptly . Everyone -
+ r It Is, to have a candidate teal feminine fervor tother day return trip to Call St, '. Hear welcome . Servicemen and wives especi-
for Governor right In our midst, ., . Following la the "tashlontootsteps" I Tolbert Black (who" married our 'I _ally invited.'
r ANOTHER' FRESH SHIPMENT and quite amusing too . I of her Smart Shop Estelle Kendrick) has resigned I i
mean, the funny little things that mother and doting aunt of Leila's, his Job as district OPA enforce-
(, happen . Frtnstance, Buzzy I'd say . Hea,,' that, ",Jlm"- i ment attorney . Expects to I U. Z. HALTOM
,t,7s N J! ill t It Green, loudly announced to the feature attraction ft Koch's fountain enter military service soon |
o n 6 wo r 6 I
g. Baptist 'Sunday School In general. -Is moving across the street : 'I i Veteran of World War ,I.
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CHOCOLAT'E'SJust' ': tother' day that- there:'wasn't any'use Boon, to guide more'.customers,. to "1.11'ell . Looks as It som"e- 0<
for anyone to try to see his I the Guidon Grill *A -
mama.that afternoon 'cause she'd
Arrived be at home dictating[ his papa's I F f The Stumps' are wmlling the big-
speech to him!. '. Beat way in months and small
: :. SUPPLY LIMITED I I I wonder, since dotter.*. Marjorie I
,. Also glimpsed the chubby, ThO:1L non, was roused at;3:30: a. m.
f ''i: BETTER BUY NOW cheery eight-months-old "youngest" Sattlday by 'a phone, from NEW HOUSESAT
son of Lex and Lucile being huabacd: Bill who's ,completed his .
hdvv 1 I' 'i'r'\ perambulated up Call St. Wed- bombing missions l la the Pacific I
nesday afternoon,' chewing contentedly and is expected to alflve on Call
Also on a handful of his St., today! . Incidentally, heat-
'. : father's campaign literature . he has so many( medals they'll
FRESH Lucile admitted that It worked have to get out the-ole wheel- .
perfectly: a pacifier, and here's barrow to help carry"'em aroundto
hoping that those voters over In show the townsfolks . KINGSLEY VILLAGEFOR
gf West Florida! where Lex Is campaigning .Bill's!)) biggest'thrill, no !,oubt. wll1 -
3 ,1, this week, "eat It up"with :be seeing! that toddling son of
equal enthusiasm! ., .. The his, Freddie, who Just, celebratedhis ',4.
PECAN ROLL little lady seen so often at the first birthday this week ', .,
f'l Walnut St. USO information desk '
It's been! exactly one ;year since '
a these days (we mean the blonde Bill saw! him, at the' tender age SAL
\If, ANDPE,% AN DELIGHTA -! with the Georgia peaches, and of one week! . Sony, to hear
cream complexion and the natural that Eva Anderson is
serving a
rr 1 Real Treat For You flair for friendliness) Is Ruth term in the Alachua County Hospital -

t' 'I' Fausett from Macon. '. New . Hope she gets time off
head of the Army Wives Coun- for good behavior! jr .V

vr, 't:' Stuffed Easter Rabbits cil . You'll enjoy getting acquainted -,
: / . Dropped In at the P. O.
r".a : .' Easter Cards S terday to get In my, two cents Would You Like To Own A New
Found Margie Carter faiilyA worth (of stamp LW>slness) and
:, i And" A Nice Stock Of .,,' REDUCED with found tbe the odor place of orange strangely blossoms filled House Near Your Work?

' r . Following my1 nose to the
1' Lucien Perfumes
PREMIUM. stamp window, what should dazzle
my eye but a bee-you-tlful: clusterof
Just Arrived YOU ARC! Atove spark I e r s-on the hand of
IF NORMAL. IN HEALTH. Carolyn Green , The fact that I Would You Like To Buy It WithA

... n she was wearing th*ring on her Mutual Uf..I.w
I, ,...I fi....f.d sick htl.y. little finger'"and doing her best
tb deny thought of matrl-1 Small Down
any Payment And
Koch mony (soon) didn't fool this col-
:. i Drug Store SlarHF, Florida umn much ... ? I, still think It'',
pramhne THB MUTUAL IIFIINSURANCI smacks of a twosome so don't say
Monthly ?
I Court & Call 1 St. Starke Florida ,t1"....COMPANY.NMI M.-.Ore.NfW NhI' YORK I didn't warn youl-! **'"' Kate and I Small Payments
J Lou Malakoff'fle? v4ss"onG of the $
I first JWB director*, 'stationedhere J .' .

remember 1)) onounce the arrival YOU CAN
IKu of a son. Robert Irwin . ,
They're back at their old, home in
FACING TODAY'S FACTS PLANNING Newark and Lou enter .the
Navy soon I hear , And With As Little Asa
Always did think that Uncle
I, Hear the truth told in plain language by Sam played a dirty trick on lots

I- << of his noNso-handsoine nephews
when he designed the Navy enlisted $300 DOWNSEE
FRANK D. UPCHURCH man's uniform :Most
males In middle look like some- 1

1 thing out of a comic opera but I
I( of St. Augustine changed my mind entirely when I

glimpsed Comer Ferryman, home
': i d for on leave this week after completIng -

boot training at Bainbrldge
GOVERNO; , Comer really does things to I ,
: \4., Ij OF FLORIDA that Navy uniform and vice versa I
. Truly a nautical natural I'd
i ay . Spotted an' Jotted: Ab-
o lie Will Visit- ble (Harley) Baggett pleased a* W. T. CLUTEREALTOR

LAWTEY 5 P. M: Punch over hearing that her ,
4 P. M. (Just My) Bill !has made the

FRIDAY, MARCH 24TII SATURDAY crossing O. K. and Is safe in
M MARCH 25TII England . Nina; Bishop still

This is invitation breathless over her first plane ,
your to
meet the
man whose plan for a more ride home from collltch: . ,
: East Call St.
k' united and Ethel Starke Fla.
a greater Florida has won state-wide acclaim Sewell and Bess Burn tryIng ,
to. teach Charlie Lou Vining

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I' of Local Newsw Powell Rev.were and in Mrs.Omega,George Ga. Mon-C.I'I Thorn Elected at :New Leila'Spring irre.e(coat Shoppe.for Easter I Cpl. Gene Goodge of the Army:1: after spending'a 15-day furlough 1.. Mrs. J J. Fitzgerald of Tampa

day attending the funeral of the Head Of RotaryJulius Mrs. Maude Mott and daughter, Air Force has returned to Eslei with hU parent. Mr. and Mm. Is here visiting her daughter Mr.
L. Blair and sister, Field I. La where he Is stationed Jack]
tM1 : have returned formers brother: E. L. Powell.Drt" L. Thorn elected Dorothy.I were dinner guests of I __ _.:_ _. ._-Goodie.- Marcus F Crown.
, ,y Coburn was Mr. and Mrs. Edde! Weldon. of ------ -- -------
with relatives '" for Ea-ter.
Ie, a visit up :StoW president of the .arke!i Rotary Jacksonville Monday
evening! }:d.
Spring; JrempM and bass lit LPllabDreNN
!f. Moore and Mrs. H. Shortpe. Club at the annual election, of of- d'e Weldon a sor.-I-law of Mrs." : HE STANDS
rA :
f'ceis! and directors held following Mott and a former. resident of
of Gainesville spent Mrs: Bertha Pearce has .I
era had a the regular luncheon Starke. reported for Navy duty FOR
with Mrs. \V. B. Mundy, guests this week her brotherinlaw Wednesday.Other : meeting Tuesday.: . Democracy

?, H Ritch and Mr. andR P. Saxon am! lter.Ir.of Oakland:! and Park Mrs. W. I officers chosen were: the Just arrived: :Sf'all'mf'nt tlfGaA'f' . .AGAINST Bureaucracy! '
hah for Cater at :Lrllit'Shoppe. -
: *
Rev. G. C. Powell vice .
Jr., and chll- president,
Johns J. G. Alvarez AMM: fe-c, stationed .
i here Hoover secretary and C.
Jacksonville relatives. at Vero Beach, spent the H. Nasworthy, treasurer.In Lox Green spent' the weekendat JUDGE J. OLLIE
visiting( week-ecd here with his wife and hs! home here, leaving/ Monday ti S
up for Easter. New' daughter. Sheila his mother, Mrs. addition! to these, officers"', for ponts! in West Florida wherehe
and bags at LeILt's Frank Wilson members of the new board of directors -I
re.NPN and Mr. Wilson will
continue his campaign. tZr'
oPItf")[ :Mrs. Louis Sage Is returning'I I are: A. J. Thomas, N 'flMHne ; i.
.. A.. Davis went to' At- to New York today after spending Sternberg L. A. Davis, F. F. ('.\HI) OK THANKS E
night and Is Stump, Jos. E. Wilson and H. N.
,, Sunday a here
,1 fortnight with her hus We' wish to thank our friends "
I two weeks with relatives band. I I,i I Fairbanks, whose term as preeldent ...
and '
neighbors their
for ,
tods.H :New!' f Spring; coats for EnMer. will expire In July. and floral offerings"yn1patll'klndnes at\ Candidate for the Office of ,
Long and daughter, at Leila'i HrrKs SIioppp. I I I.I Mr. Thorn, director of the local the time of the Illness and deathof
hard R. Thede, Jr.? acid Mrs. Robert Stripling and son UEO-YMCA Club, came to StarkeIn our husband and father Carl UNITED STATES SENATOR :
by Lt. Thede. returned of Gainesville! were guests of September 1942 from, Clncln- Jackson.- Mia. Carl Jackson andfamily
fi\ayf\ from Camp Gor- Mrs William Thompson Tuesday atti Ohio, where he had been '
ston. Lt. Thede had a night. engaged in YMCA work. Since from FLORIDA I '
,+ leave and returned to Mrs. J. W. KHllan left yesterday coming here he has taken an ac- New sh'pment'! fo>f office supplies. \ < "
onday, but Mrs. Long for her home in Waynesville, tive part in civic affairs an well In at Bradford County Telegraph | HEAR JUDGE EDMUMOS
Thede will remain here Ni C., after spending three weeks as in the management of USO. office. IT'S TIMK. : 'it) STOP Dilution anti Iteming: men OVER
time. i I,with her brother, J. J. Truby. I I I The new officers will take over hum jr"hhillr l fur more |1'0\\('". THE RADIO '/ '
their duties at the first meeting "'--------1 .

in July.. I 11'S'I'IME'10 I KKTUKN; our goscrnrnei.t. 'to ,the ', I. ;
I At the luncheon preceding the ple fromlioni it III 111'1 H'.J. I'eoFRIDAY NI.....HT
I1Thfl.IMidnight 'election of officers Major W. A.I j RE-ELECT * I'
Lowman. IKU) DISAPI'itOYK: of MARCH\ 2'ITM
commanding officer ofj 1 Government 1 hy !Ilurcau-
the War Prisoners Camp at Camp 1I oats.. . If \n\\ Hclicxe in (.1nnxtitiition.iI govpriimcnt Station
Ftlandlng, was a guest of the club| W. B. (BABE) l hy flfftnl reproHciil.ilixes of Ilea. people| . VOTE for WMBR
Sun. Mon. Mar 25.26.27TEY'RE and made an interesting talk on I J. OLI.IE E )\1U\DS; in the coming Domocrulic 1'ri- 7:15 1'. M.\
various phases of his work. Diary, ,clay\ 2nd.
Miss Virginia Sewell and MI.8I'hl1s
Syouriir F ,eusEMfiVRI : Martin BHS students DOUGLASSAS

__S(t WD BIG W EK/!! of read Red compositions Cross work on Miss the Martin value _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MAIL I THIS COUPON. . '_ ''f

read her own article while Miss ,. Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS\ ,
Fewell read one composed by AId-16 REALTY BUILDING,
Miss Dorothy Faxon, who could RAILROAD JACKSO.NWLLE!' 2, FLORIDA. Please count on my active support and vote for
not be present." I J. Ollie Edinundfl nn United Gluten Senator from Florida in :

A new t ember'N. T. Rtch! an COMMISSIONED the coming Democratic Prim.iry, May 2il,19.11. l
employe of the Seaboard AirLine
office here was welcome! -
STAR-STUDDED !nto the club at this meeting. Continue to Signed ... .. ..... ...........................:......................
MUSICAL IN 1 profit from
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Visitors At USOTwo the services of a public Street or address .... .. ............. ................?..................... !

National USO men from servant of proven- ability:\ City: or Town ... .. ... ._.

New York City visited the Club experience, integrity and POtlTICAl nvFPITI5f BINT MID fOB 111 rmtNDI OF J. Blur rnMIINNaIJ'J
BROADWAY at Temple and Washington
streets on Sunday March 19. :a desire to be of service
+ / CIMMV They were J, Courtenay Anderson,
L RHYTHM SIMMS'ROCHESTER' national auditor for the Army to the public! and his follow ;
IRPHJNINGER and Navy Y. M. C. A. Committee I
citizens. His decisions
j f Richard -
and Lancaster, assist-
g MNCV. Mil ant personnel director of the same have been based t
WALKER BLUE committee. '
De HAVEN THt KOUtllTtMTommy The visitors stated that they upon evidence and he > -
i ear sewn per ssrse
were very well pleased with the
HAZEL DORSEY will continue to follow ib Q
bookkeeping, the general appear- e X71
itSCOTT sad ORCHESTRA ance of the building, and the hat policy. .
large number of soldiers attending 4 f ,
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!es., Wed., Thurs. Mar. 28-29-30 l'uUtlrHI advertisement Pili.i d : a ;i
W. M. Wainwright of TallahnB yv
)!' hy filniN of !Mr. Do1IgIa'.N; ) "
as' / ee pont Saturday, and Sunday l ro ;l ti ;. t..
,with his parents Mr. and P t
Mis.: N. D. Wainwright, Sr. '.:.0---------.;. : ;

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Heard over the Radio a year I
or two ago: Use Cleanetn Tooth : = GIFTSCards I
Paste tttUa day see jour Drntlst .
,-, ;
twice a scar.
If you want to nee your Dentist II e4'p' 'jJjl"1t: 1\\ '
twice a year now you better "
make jour plans a year In ad- Baskets r. ::1
\anco. Mont of them are all Dolls 1 '
booked> for 1944. j "
Twould Indeed be bad If you Compacts c .RED CROSThrough ,

bad to make' appointments that, Purses I. 1;
shirts and
far ahead for your
ho***. r Jewelry HimComfort
Shell Novelties I 5 ,
and H Pei '>,

"As They Say In All Prevues" u -

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the tangled barbs of enemy Giving to Red Cross has always been .t
GIGANTIC prison camps-over sea and jungle to a proud habit of millions of American {
'J. tattle-weary, lonesome men on every families-and this year you will want k
LEX GREENFOR front-to unfortunates here at homestretches to give, more freely to your own ,
the comforting hand of the Red Cross . to your own sons and \
STUPENDOUSY I Red Cross, with hope and tangible daughters in the service. None will
# gifts straight from your heart. Man be forgotten while your Red Cross
has conceived of no greater agency is on the job-and it is YOU who
Talking About GOVERNORFARMER for the relief of human misery and must keep it so. So dig deep and
suffering. be glad. For wherever he is


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_ RESSESFOR w I He has a broad. understanding .and lAo &
of Florida's war and post
war problems. fZ: -OO-

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ou Will Have No Trouble Getting ;;o 1\\\ \ e: ., -

Fitted And At' The Right Price._ .

-w: Atternberg's- w3 BY AND GOVERNMENT FOR- THE PEOPLE OF. t.oss LORI DA MOTOR) )IN!''s! 'H

He Will Keep Faith With You ...<.M 11 li1 +' Atya.,

I dear his Radio Speech at 7:30 p.. m., Monday. March 27th IACV CONWAY. Agent
ver, stations WRUF-WFTl...WPDQ-WTST-WWPG-WDLP Teautto Avenue 1'bon 1474 j it

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Can St., has a few I Well I certainly have
one along a SOCIETY and CLUBS WSCS Members Birthday Party 1 Faxon-Hubner rteckles salted away . Did plan for spending $10,000 but, t'
t I would hardly
P+ _._ Elect DelegatesMethodist For Freddie Thomson r on you, see the classified ad In Sun- heading of Business come OPPOI'lUlllty under, It

WSCS Circles met Mrs. William H. Thomson enter- I day's Times-Union: "I have $10- . Yoo, hoo, Box

- '1' Royal Service Spaghetti Supper Monday afternoon in tbe church ;' tained the "Carriage Ciowd" and I 000 cash to Invest in a quick you're male and sing] I and II

'I WMU ProgramThe Tuesday 'Night for business and program meet- their mothers Tuesday afternoonat 'turnover, legitimate business. It would certainly be a 'name t
a party celebrating the first r
Ing. you have an idea and definite you weren't) ust gel !
Royal Service and business Members of the losing side in The president, Mrs W. G. Halle birthday of her1 ara'all eon, plan of operation I will furnish with this column r meeting: of the Baptist W. 1>1, U an attendance contest sponsored presided and after routine bush die FrPd.j DC. I pin
was held Tuesday afternoon at by the Fellowship Class of the ness delegates were elected to attend Mrs. Thomson was .' the money. Address: P. 0. Box Ideas I I I ., Hopefully

the church with I 20 members Methodist Sunday School were the annual conference of the Miss Frances Peek, Mrs. 46, Staike, Fla." . Hmmna . '(
present.The hosts to members of the winning WSCS which will be held! in St. Baggett, Mrs.: Dameron Black, 'al'olI
program was in chargeof side at a spaghetti supper, given Petersburg, April 11, 12 13 Mrs.. Mrs. Richard Kldd, Miss Betty r
Circle One with Mrs. L G. Tuesday night In the recreation Hallo and Mrs W E. Middleton i Anne Flynn, Mrs. Wesley Brlsco w _
Powell leading the devotional1*, building were chosen. and Freddie's godmother, Mrs. H Prompt Service Careful Driven
Interesting: talks on "Christianityin In a business mission, followingthe Mrs J. It. Thorn led an Impressive ,- V. Knight, In entertaining the r I I
+ i. Europe" were given by Mrs. delicious supper, the finance devotional service using as group on the lawn of the Stump I
.' Jessie Newsome, Mrs. G. W. Alderman committee reported that $IM had her subject "The Lord's Sing In home. e 4y I1f Taxi
and Mis.' Powell. Continuing been collected to date toward refinishing Strange' !: Land". The program Games were .enjoyed .and L pictures S'tarke ServicePhone
I tbe Mrs. Ethel and the were t a ken or various
program floors painting was entitled "New Voices", and .
Btggi acd Mrs. William Procton interior of the building those taking part were: Mrs. L. groups during the afternoon at ,
rendered a vocal duet with Mm. the close of which refreshmentsof 150
It was decided<< that the attend- D. Vining Miss Olive Ray, Mrs.
W. R. Morse at the piano. ice cream and cake were served -
contest would be continued A. W. Anderson and Mrs A.
ance at table centered with a large
Mrs. Powell acted as chairman Wood. a
,I\ of the business session in (the i under leadership of the present birthday cake with one candle.
W absence of the president, Mrs captains, Fred Guy and C. H. The circles will meet April 3 Appointments were In Easter egg Day Night
Nasworthy. The teams will be and places of meeting will be colors and favors tiny Easter F.\XON'
A E. Llghtfoot who Is out of the were :MISS DOROTHY
called "The Wise Guys" and "The announced later. _ _ n _
city. Seals were presented at baskets. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Faxonof
this time to members o f the Tip Tops", The guest list/ included the fol- Starke, announce the engage-
group who have completed tho Visitor Entertained, I lowing names of, Starke's small ment of their daughter, Dorothy SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
Study: Course "Christianity, OurCitadel" Ladies AuxiliaryThe .fry: Mary Kathryn-and Betty Lou :Marie, to Air Corps Cadet James .' CHOPS
Mrs. If. B. of Griffin STEAKS
Montgomery -
'. Twenty-four have completed Wainwright. Mary Agnes Matthews Hubner now stationed at Thunderbird -
i the study to date. Ladles Auxiliary of the Ga., who la visiting her sisters Virginia Jean Darby, Kathleen Field, Arizona. DELICIOUS HOME-MADE-CHILI
,, It was announced that' Mr*. Presbyterian Church will meet ; Mrs. W F. Godwin and Mra. Scanlan, Jerry"ficanlan; Rob- Miss Faxon Is a member of
Luthur Powell and Mrs T. B. Tuesday, Mar. 28, at 8 P. M wltn W. J. Chandler, has been delightfully ert Canova Kldd, Thomas and Field the Bradford High School Senior
Harding will serve as hostesnea Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh. Mrs. Char- entertained during her stay Smith, Joy Sue and David Allen. Class graduating'April 28. Cadet TEMPTING\ TASTY. SANDWICHES
r 1 at the U S. O. the first Sunday Us Allen will be in charge of icre.. Miss Martha Ann Moore Jimmie Guy, Charlie Futch and Hubner Is formally from Flora- DELICIOUS HOME: MADE PIES

:i In April. the program. was hostess at a lovely luncheon Lou and Bill Green and one home, Fla., where his mother ., .,

.. .. _ _ _....J. _ ..... ,u '__ _'II 34,_, "v"u"ftft r o f bf re, Mont.Wft.U. .3 in (1alnAJlvllJ", guest,. Bobby Strln- ana Sather.: Mr, and bfrs.' Fred.
l ;;i--.m-: A & A LUNCHEONETTE
: one of the Camp Blanding guesthouses Hubner, now live.A ,
,' FUNERAL DIRECTORMy and several bridge parties Mothers present at the party definite date for the weddinghas
Many Years Experience Make. It Possible for Me to Render were Mra. Joseph Scanlan, Mrs not been set as yet 24-Hour ServiceIn
a' f, EFFICIENT' PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE have also been given for this pop- Jack Scanlan, Mrs. Richard Kidd, Park Theatre Bldg. 'Starke, Florida
MODERATE PRICES ular visitor. Mr. Charles Darby, Mrs. R. A. the words to "Malrry Doats" at

DeWITT C. JONES Mrs. Montgomery will leave Green, Mrs., E. L. Matthews, Mrs. the Monday night bridge club
,. Starke, Florida be last of next week for Tallahassee Fred Guy, Mrs. Charles Allen. . .

"'" ..- _,-. .. U."J .... _ ... ... __.-. _,_. for, a visit of several days Mis. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Merrill ANNOUNCING
before returning to her home in Futch and an out of town guest And speaking of homing pigeons .
f G 1ffan Mrs. Robert Stripling, Gainesville. . Sgt. Robert Dodson now ,

f i _._ _ _ ________, w .. .. _? visiting the T. M. Hutchings
ELECT family, Is the best advertisementfor THE"NOW
the Red Cross that ever walked -
k'' :v M. L. JOHNS Carolyn Callstreet (J down Call St. '. Sgt. Bob

SHERIFF ; spent 11 months In England asa ;L SWEET SHOP
C member of the Eagle Squadron -, ,
i OF BRADFORD COUNTY 1-------- --- ---,--_ _._ VI L.. .. __.. with the 8th Air Corps ?. : :.' ''

---- Some folks "Htlll depend 'on the beaming this weVk' 'over those Took part In both a reconnais-' 1 OPEN:
,'A ,' C first robin or the first bud on the three pairs of silk hone sent to lance flight and a raid over I
a h HE WILL MAKE YOU A CAPABLE pecan, trees, but I always figure her by a cousin who's with the Fiance and came back without a I
d that spring is really here when Naval Air Force in the Canal scratch . Was hospitalized for i iI: (OPPOSITE. PARK THEATRE)
the candidates get out their sound! Zone . With a spirit of patriotIsm many months! following a spill I
: TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. wagons and start hitting the that I cannot, help but admire from a motorcycle . Seemshe 116 South'Valnut
\ highways and' byways . .. Saw Margie 'lOW8,as how she's just can't say enough about I
\ our own Lax Green testing out saving one pair to ,,be auctionedoff the worth of the Red Cross which I Sandwiches . home made candies .' Soft

Your Vote & Support Appreciated his p.,, a. system Sunday and at the next War Bond Drive! gave him everything from a glassof drinks . Ice cream . We are now open to
P heading for the wide open spacesof . Glimpsed cute- little Linda
I milk to enough for a . .
money courteously
serve you promptly Everyone -
'West Florida , Quite thril- Kay Sale "trying on" clothes witha
return trip to Call St. , Hear welcome . Servicemen and wives especially -
!a ling, !it is, to have a 'candidate real feminine fervor tother day, I
.. . !I Tolbert Black (who married our invited.'
for Governor right in our midst, Following la the "fashion ,
ANOTHER'. FRESH SHIPMENT and quite amusing, too . I footsteps" of her Smart Shop Estelle Kendrick) hsa resigned ,'
I mean, the funny little things that mother and doting aunt of Leila's, his Job as district OPA enforcement -
F'Sr' : happen .. Frlnstance, Buzzy I'd say . Hear'that "Jim" attorney , f Expects to : U. Z. HALTOM
Green loudly announced to the feature enter, military service soon . i
attraction of Koch's foun- ,
;: tti t A 6 I Veteran of World; War ,,1.
r o n wo r Baptist Sunday School In general. _taln-Is moving across the street I < .. ....,,-,--- -- .
j tother' day, that thefe''Wasn't'"anyuse : ', soon, to guide more customers to "'foll. well . Looks as If some '
r : FINE CHOCOLATESJust for anyone to try to set! his the Guidon Grill :*? --
4 .' mama.that afternoon 'cause she'd

> .;, ,, Arrived be at home dictating hla papa's I: The Stumps are smiling the big-
speech to him!. gest way in months 'and small
:( SUPPLY LIMITED I I wonder, since dotter. Marjorie I
J \ Also RII I m P N e tI the chubby, Thomson, was roused at.3:30: a. m. NEW HOUSESAT
""s : BETTER BUY NOW cheery eight-months-old "yo ngellt" SatUday by a phonic ;:Can from I
m p son .of Lex and Lucile being husband: Bill who's'completed his ,
I perambulated up Call St. Wed- bombing missions In:the Pacific I
r I) nesday afternoon' chewing contentedly and It expected to arrive on Call
Also on a handful of his St., today! . Incidentally, hear
.' father's campaign; literature . he has so many( medals they'll .
FRESH SHIPMENT Lucile admitted that It'worked have", to get out the ole wheelbarrow .
perfectly: a pacifiec:,'and here's to help carl'y'em: around
hoping that those voters over in to show the townsfolks , KINGSLEY VILLAGE
m Ph i t West Florida, where Lex Is campaigning I Bill's biggest'thrill, no doubt.fwlll
c a ,"" this week, "eat it up" Be seeing! that toddling son of "
1Z. : with equal enthusiasm!, . TJje;! I his, Freddie, who just celebrated ,.. "
.. .; little lady 'Been so often at the hU,first birthday this week ',' ,
PECAN R 0 LLY"; : Walnut St. USO information desk It's been, exactly one year; since . ,
: fc these days (we mean the blonde Bill saw him, at the tender age ,=; ,.:
,j AND P E' ,A N D E LsI G.HTTA with the Georgia peaches and of one week! , Sorry, to, hear
;. .. cream complexion and the natural that Eva Anderson Is serving a
; t\ Real Treat For You f" : flair for friendliness) Is Ruth term In the Alachua County Hos-

" \ Fausett from Macon. . ', New pital . Hope she gets time off
"j :, " head of the Wives Coun- I- "V
Army for good behavior! ,J, .
::1 Stuffed cil . You'll enjoy getting ac-
Easter Rabbits
quainted . Dropped In dthe P. O.'yesterday -
Would You Like' To Own A New
I r \ Easter Cards '''':: to get In my two''' cents ,
Found Margie Carter fairly worth (of stamp 'business? ) and

;;'- And A Nice Stock Of found the place strangely blossoms filled Near Your ?
I, ".t A REDUCED with the odor of ot&nge House Work
} ; Lucien Lelong Perfumes PREMIUM. stamp window, what should dazzle
my eye but a !bee-you-tlful cluster
Just Arrived ARC of spark 1 e r s-on the, hand of
'. II YOU ABOVE I Would You Like To Buy It WithA
r NORMAL IN HEALTH. Carolyn Green The fact that
.. - f she was wearing th*.ring on her
I", A.II.*...Mutual Uf '.law little her
finger'and beet
t*.t PnfwfMl. RUk PMcy. Small Down AndS
to deny any thought of matrimony Payment'
(soon) didn't fool this column
Koch Drug StoreCourt Starutr, FloridafepnwiMna much j ". "I'J itill think it
TNI MUTUAL Lift smacks of a twosome, so don't say Small Monthly Payments?

,'. & Call St. Starke Florida I pJfuRANCIcOMfANY.tNWYORKtI 4"......._, ...w..... .".. I didn't Malakoff warn'*the you'w'rt l r4ss'on 1 Kate'andLou of' the I. '

.S l" .. .. first JWB director, -stationed '
here, remember?) enounce the YOU CAN
rival of a son, Robert,Irwin ar-I
: They're back at their old, home In
r t. i FACING TODAY'S' FACTS: PLANNING THE FUTURE Newark and Lou may enter the
', Navy soon I hear , ,. And With As Little As

i'i'. '.,} .._,______._._.._,__
) Always llil think; that Uncle

; 4, ; Hear the truth told in plain language by Sam played a dirty trick on lots
I of his nephews
*! when he designed the Navy enlisted # 1 $300 DOWNSEE

;! j, FRANK D. 'UPCHURCH man's uniform . Mont
males in middles look like! something -
out of a comic opera but I
": i iI' I of St. Augustine changed my mind entirely when I
llmpe! < Comer Perryman, home
a Candidate for _" on leave this week after completing -
boot training at Bainbridge
Comer really does things to ,
i I GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA that Navy uniform, and vice versa
; . Truly a nautical natural I'd !

lay Spotted an' Jotted: A table W. 'lJ. CLUTE
I lie Will Visit- (Harley) Baggett pleased as

CVV" Punch over hearing that her .
1. I LAWTEY 5 P. Ml
>- STARKE, 4 P. M. (Just My) Bill has made the

crossing O. K. and Is safe l In
$ England . Nlnaf/ Bishop still
breathless over her first plan t c
I- 'ii This is your invitation to meet the man whose plan for a more I ride home from collltch . 119 East Call: St. 'Starke Fla.

united and a greater Florida has won state-wide acclaim Ethel Sewell and Besa Burns trying ,
t to. teach Charlie Lou Vining -'--- .- -

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p.wiw. in via_
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r of Local News Rev and Mrs. George C. Thorn Elected :New Spring coat for Banter I Cpl. Gene Goodge of the Army I'-after spending ] '
-day furlough
Mill J. J. Fitzgerald: of Tampai ,
Powell were in Omega, Ga., Mon- at Ljfllu'd ItrVHM .
Shoppr.Mrs. '
3 day attending the funeral of the Head Of Rotary Maude Mott and daughter, 'Air Force has returned to Enter. with hi!) parents, Mr. and. Mr. 'I i here visiting her daughter, Mr.... w.,; '"
,,W L. Blair and slater Field, La., where he is stationed Jack Goodie. 'ii
Marcus F.
former's brother, E. L. Powell. Dorothy were dinner guest of . _ Brown. r!'ft< d'I t <
have returned Julius L. Thorn v
Iv Coburn wag electedpresident ( ------ -- -- --------- ---
|Mr and Mrs. Eddie! Weldon -'-'---
a visit with relatives Dress up fur Eater :New of the Starke : :
er RGt.ryClub Jacksonville Monday evening. Rd- t ,.1
Spring dresses' and bags ut Lella'eDress HE
B L>5. Moore and Mrs. H. Shoppe. at the annuM election of officers d'e Weldon, a lIor.Inlaw of Dire: STANDS ,
A and directors held followingthe Mott and a former. resident of :, }t
'Lrs of Gainesville spent Mrs Bertha Pearce has had as tegular luncheon Starke, reported for Navy duty FOR I ::
with Mrs. W B. Mundy, guests this week her brotherinlaw Wednesday.Other meeting Tuesday. . Democracy! ,r 1 t

and sister Mr. and Mrs. \V.I Ju-t arrived :New :il >ment of .AGAINST I ;P'' '
officers chosen | . ,
,1. Ritch and Mr. and I P. Saxon of Oakland Park.J. were: the Bureaucracy > .
Gage hats fur Enter at Lella'sDrew
Rev G. C. Powell vice president, '\ !!'
f R Johns, Jr., and chll- G. '
Alvarez AMM
::-c. stationed -
1 Jacksonville, were here at Vero Beach, spent. the J. C. Hoover, secretary and C. Lex Green spent the weekendat
H. Xasworthy, treasurer. JUDGE J. OLLIE
visiting relatives. week-ecd here with his wife and his! home here,' leaving Mondayfor
Easter New! In addition! to theRe officers,
,up for daughter. Sheila his mother Mrs. ponts! in Weal Florida wherehe t
and bam at Leila's members of the new board of directors
''tmeH Frank Wilson and Mr. Wilson will continue Ms 'campaign. ,
Mrs. Louis are: A. J. Thomas, N.
oIJIIf" I Sage Is .returning
L A. Davis went to' Atla. to New York today after spendIng -' Sternberg. L,. A. Davis, F. F. r.\KU OF TH. NKS EDMONDS
and Is Stump, Jos. E. Wilson and
., Sunday night I' a fortnight here with her hus H. N. We wish to thank our friend
two weeks with relatives band. I I Fairbanks whose term as presKdent '
and neighbors for their sympathy,
nds.II.(] New Spring coats. for Easier will expire In July. kindness and floral offerings at Candidate for the Office of ; :
Long and daughter, at LtllV I)rcnM: Klioppe. 1 I I Mr. Thorn, director! of the local the time of the Illness and death
hard R. Thede, Jr., acid Mrs. Robert Stripling and son UEO-YMCA Club came to StarkeIn of our. husband and father Carl UNITED STATES SENATOR f { 1
by Lt. Thede returned1l1'lIllay" of Gainesville! were guests of September 1942 from Clncin- Jackson.-Mrs. Carl Jackson ami ,
from Camp GorInston. Mrs. William Thompson Tuesday atti, Ohio where he had been family. '" 'I' 1
Lt. Thede had aI.H I night. engaged In YMCA work. Since from f FLORIDA ; :
leave and returned to Mrs. J. W. Killian left yesterday coming here he has taken an active New 8hpmt'tf! ;; office suppliesIn j jJrs
londay, but Mrs. Long for her home In Wayne vlllf', part In civic affairs an well nt Bradford County Telegraph HEAR JUDGE EDMUNDS i''
Thede will remain here I Itime. ,Ni C., after spending; three'weeks as in the management of USO.. office.. TltITO: STOP nmMlioua and scheming men OVER THE ,{t, '\ I
I'%with her brother, J. J. Truby. | The new officers will take over from grubbing; for more poi er. RADIO >>; :
their duties at the first meeting oftt'f ".j" "

in July. | IT'S 'I'IME'Ii) KKTUKN; : our government to the ,
I s.
I At the luncheon preceding the from \honi it i ill Iln \t-d. people FRIDAY NI.:;HT ;"/ ;
11(1 election of officers Major W A. I REELECTW. 7 '

] fflYiIMidnight Lowman. commanding officer of I i IK YOU DISAPPROVE of Go%eminent liy llurcau- MARCH 2-ITII "' \ (

the War Prisoners Camp at Camp oats. . If You Believe in ( on"litulinualltm'Crlllllt.n' '
Blandlng.! was a guest of the club B. (BABE) l JIY elc-cteil 1 rr|.rc"enl.iti\ea i or the |people| . VOTE for St a t.'I'lIBR' ; r

Sun. Mon. Mar 25-26-27 and made an interesting talk on J. OIJ.IK.. KI.MUMS: in the coming J Democratic Primary 7:15 .-. 1\1\ ?b '''
various phases of his work. :May 2iul. ;; '1",;
Miss Virginia Sewell and Ulna ;"
THEY'RE wotmes Phyllis Marlin B H S students, DOUGLASSAS :1 :'-).',

4/RPI$ D BIG W EKlll read Red compositions Cross work. on Miss the' Martin valueof _ - - - - _ _ _ _ _ MAIL THIS I COUPON . ._ 1 7' ,;'

read her own article while Miss Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS: , ;
Fewell read one composed by 414.16 REALTY BUILDING J! !'1;

Miss Dorothy Faxon, who could RAILROADCOMMlSSlONEk JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDA. Please' count on my active support and vote for .. ?,t : :
not be pwent.' J. Ollie Edmunds a* United Stales :Senator from Florida iii J; ,
A new ember..N. T. Rltch! an the coming l>Democratic. Primary, May 2nd, 1941. ' 1"' vI.RCII m\' ,

employe of the' Seaboard AirLine '. I : .,, '.. , '. : ; "
office here, was welcomed V . .' ., (I\ ,
) ) 1A !nto the club at this meeting. Continue to profit from Signed .... ..... ....... ......................................................-.....,.....:...,..... ,, )' h;? ,1 I

ya / ? ? Visitors At USO the services of a public Street or address .....................................;..................,:;..."x::':.,..... ," Mi It r l, 4'\ "

Two National USO men from servant of proven- ability, City or TownPOIITICAL .... '. .. ._. 'f'" l'i

t p / i ,New York City visited the Club experience, integrity and :: HDVrSmFMINT PAID' FOR HI FHITNM Of J. Olllf F"MIINO'l' .1 I IJ
-,' at Temple and Washington J ,j"I
Streets on Sunday March 19. a: desire to be of serviceto <
. .
** 1 CMNV They were J, Courtenay Anderson, ; 1. 4 : J J'j
II i SIMMS'ROCHESTER' national auditor for the Army the public and his:' fellow ' : I,
RPH and Navy Y. M. C. A. Committee : 'J r
citizens. His decisions
) and Richard Lancaster, assist- I .. (
.._ ant personnel director of the same have been based ,
WALKER BLUE committee.The 4 ,R aj., f 1 t1 i
De HAVEN I I. _""R"ataTIIM visitors! stated that they upon'evidence and he Na .- /
NU aiM RIa/11 f
I were very well pleased with the
HAZEL will continue to follow k Q ,
fi Tommy DORSEY bookkeeping, the general appear- S < ,. ( .3S 6 1 3. ,, /
E-SCOTT .Pd ORCHESTRA of the and the 4 ,
ance building large number of soldiers attend- i i \
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ties., Wed., Thurs. Mar. 28-29-30 .'.,IIII1t1 advertisement l p a I il : 1
W. M. Wainwright of :{
or by friends of Air. Douglas f f'q fP
cerx .-- hassee spent Saturday and .
"t ,
HU IPNR day",.with his, parents,, Mr oralia-I

Mir N. Wainwright. Sr. ------.-,-.;. J 'I I II
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Heard over the Radio a yearor I
two ago Use Cleanem ToothPaste $g ; GIFTSCards I
twlce'a day see your Deny
tlst twice a _.__.,,_-''''
year.r '''''' "
x 9 If twice you want a year to now see you your better Dentist ... ___ ,.,.,...... ""'-- f1'''';7',...._.-wI 'J" \ ,i I

make your plan a year In ad- Baskets r ..
vance. Most of them are all Dolls 9 1
booked fur 1914. CR.CS5 '
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'Twould Indeed be bad If you Compacts

had to make' appointment that. Purses R
far ahead for your shirts and ,
shoe Jewelry
Shell Novelties 15 Hopei ,;

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"As They Say In All Prevuea"



Through the tangled barbs of enemy Giving to Red Cross has always'been
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GIGANTIC) prison camp -over sea and jungle to a proud habit of millions of American
battle-weary, lonesome men on every families--and this year you will want
:LEX GREENFOR front-to unfortunates here at homestretches to give, more freely to your own I "
the comforting hand of the Red Cross . to your own sons and
STUPENDOUSLY Red Cross, with hope and tangible daughters in the service. None will ,
, gifts straight from your heart. Man be forgotten while your Red Cross
has conceived of no greater agency is on the job-and it is YOU who
[ Talking About GOVERNOR for the relief of human misery and must keep it so. So dig deep and :
suffering. be glad. For wherever he is


IDRESSESFOR ; JUDGE He has -a broad CONGRESSMAN. understanding ,and/fie tied Cross is YOU !

SPRING / of Florida's war and post-
war: problems.

ou Will Have No Trouble Getting I ..- -J"o' '-'"

Fitted And At The Right Price.. _


--0.. Atternberg's- BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE t.OSS : .

He Will Keep Faith With YouHear :m :t .

his Radio Speech at 7:30 p. m., Monday March 27th LACY CONWAY. Agent l

over stations WRUF.WFTL-WPDQ-WTST-WWPG.WDLP Temple Avenue I'boo 147 : {

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Slife. whose residence IH 2166 North AND NOTll'R IV .e71gt.. I
N "Broadway Rhythm" and "Sahara" Fourth Street, Columbus, Ohio. STATE OF FLOHii) . A !-I!
You are required. to appearon hall !Oavld Holder \ : II.
FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND March 20th.,' 1944, In the above In Unknown. 1./

Varied Film Fare At Florida Theatre RECREATIONAL CENTERwas County named Telegraph Court.seeks and divorce.shall cause publish, Bradford whel'.lnplaintiff thisOrder April named You 10th.are Court required 11144.and ',.'" '!he nPou..x,.

,, plaintiff
In next four. weekly !lm my hand and official name reHtored Rmui! td '
i AMUSEMENTSThe seal at Starke.: Florida, this Feb- Teleitraph, shall publi.) / | 'hi. I

1 "Broadway Rhythm", showing I follow-up to his memorable work the former Miss Miriam Ter- 'WOODLAWN' ruary 14th, 1944. In next four my weekly hand ,vWltneHH I.c. ,

1 at the Florida Theatre Saturday In the"Casablanca"North Atlantic and," "Action Here, indeed In- rell, daughter of State Supreme Milk Bottle By Mrs. Mjrle Rafuae (OFFICIAL Clerk of SCAD said Court A. .J. ThomasAs 'sea'''AI ?944st"ke, F"jr'aOFFICIAL ' Ihlt"t
Is Justice and Mrs. Glen Ter K. K Perrvman Starke, ( si:AM)
and Monday Court
midnight, Is an epic drama of this FOOD Lacy R. Futch of Jacksonville for Plf. 2-18 4t 8-20 A. Clerk of said Court I 'I'b'
tuneful musical, chockfull told l rell of Tallahassee Frank Lnndrum
ti a gay and war.-.a story that can be T. Statken
relatives BKAI1POIID
Rev. H. Lawson Shepherd pas was visiting friends and IV 't-lliftlT t-OlHT. Atty. for Pit. :. "
of entertainment to pleaser now that the Allied fighters have in Camp Diner ..0.11.1., PI.OIIID.ti IV (lICS- \0'it'
tor of the Christian Church here over the week-end: He
Glnny Slmma, long a emerged victorious! in the. North Come And Get It. t'.:"Y. IN ('Ilt'I IT roi! HT, IIn
everyone. Starke and Mrs. Lawson spent passed his physical examinationfor Anna Frieda. OrlniHmann Plaintiff ('('U"f'-; ri.oiiiii\, lilt
singing favorite of the airways, African campaign. the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank's Fine Foods v... Henry Irlmwmann, Defendant (:..;IIV. "to
As you watch these men yoa the Army and expects to be Case No. 2965.ORDJoJlt Julia.'IIIIA". ,", plain"'iff ,
makes her debut as an actress In Pierce Crews. Kitty's Place ,. a
r realize that you never really Inducted next month. He has OF PUBLICATION I Williams, Defend' : Ga
t ?,r Technicolor revealing a pretty knew what terror means. Their Mis. M. R. Holmes and daughter Park Cafe AND NOTICE TO APPBAIlSTATK 2061.
: \ and a sparkling Jo Dukes, went to three brothei serving In the arm- OF FLORIDA to: Henry ORDER OF P'Tj.II'ATI{ ) (
Mrs. Betty
face figure parched tongues and tortured Snack Bar irlmMiimnn" whose. residence Is T AND NOTICE TO IpP2u
k personality for the screen and minds! tell the dramatic story of Tallahassee Thursday because of ed forces: Staff Sgt. Ancil Futch. 14, P. O. B. 300, Bismarck. North RTATE OF FLURII1A I, ,t'

she Is perfectly teamed with the the magnificent Allied soldiers the (linens, of Mrs. Holmes sister. Maude's Place Cpl. Van J. Futch and Ovid L. Dakota. known Williams whole renldt 'ic. ,"i

', popular daclng star George Mur- who went right on to victory in Mrs. Irene B. Whitfield left JJowlintf-Alley CafeJerry.s Futch, recently Inducted. To April You 10th.are ,required 1944 In to the appear abovenamed on You are required ''I' ,\ ,
to effoitby Monday for her home In Fruit- Court and cause, whpreln1lalntlf' April Srd. 1944. In the; i&ed ,
phy.In Africa spurred greater these and all our boys in the service seeks divorce and Custody Court and cause, H herein.
rf' 'i supporting roles Charles initial defeat, overcoming land Park where she will Join rel of Children<<, Dladford County lift seeks divorce. ni' rtfoi t.Tel..raph .
wish luck and God'sspeed.
Wlnnlger, Gloria De Haven and ghastly< hardships wrought b y atives. She has been visiting her GIFTS we good Teleirraph shall. publish! thin Older shall .Publish) thli,,
., In next four weekly I limun,.
: Mr. and In next four weekly Imtues
mirth anda duughter-ln-law,
contribute sands and
Kenny Bowers merciless sun, endless son Witness! mybAnd
hand and official) and
,:. '" and melody to the going on. Ben \lcloua: enemy. You'll thrillto Mrs. Bryan Whitfield for some Cislain'sThe Mrs. Louise Starling of Heil- neal. Witness at Htarke my, Florida, thin March Seal. of at Starke, Floilda! 'C
day March 1944.
II m l Walker form an Your heart will bronn Springs was visiting Mr. 2nd., 1944.OFFICIAL.
? Blue and Nancy their bravery. time.Mrs. Stag (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J) n,
loyalty and of Jackson- and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Sunday. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas As Clark of said Court
to the
warm Gift;
'Rochester Wonder Shop AH Clerk of Maid Court. T. Frank Landrum Starkt
Mrs. Rachel Browning a ,
nn,frMess' love that can exist be- villa was the week-end guest of 'Photo spent William D. Morgan, Ja'k..onvllle.Fla. Atty. for Plf. a.jjj
deserts Benny long enough to givea twen decent men flglitintj a her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Bradford Shop few days with relatives In Jacksonville Atty. for Plf. 3-10 4t 3-31 ,
t laugh-provoking performance all common caUJ'J.FLA.STATEFAR.U, Bradley last week :. '

Murphy's man Eddie.I :, Lucloui and L. Watts wentto MILITARYSUPPLIES Regular services were held at IN'Inl'1'IT (OlltT. lilt \KOIIIJ
Kelley Tyus
Scott the Woodlawn Church at 10:30a. : 'ol''a'w, FI.OHIIItt IV Cll\- MAKE YOURSELFAT
Lena Home, and Hazel Chatahoochee last week on "'.:11".
the wizard of the piano, are seen m. and 8 p. m. Sunday with Ram kVkelman, Plaintiff v... Bather. HOME:
Ilouvler business.
By. E. K. I':rkelmlLn. Defendant. Caaa N...
t DeanMurphy's the Rev. Raulerson filling the AT
In specialty numbers a are Mrs. A. C. Rogers and baby of The StagGislain's 2967.
a4 man Eddie. Luscious CORRECTION Macclenny are visiting Mr and puplt. He and his wife spent' ORDER OF POBLICATIOVAND :
: Ross Slater, contortionists that R. P. Sunday at the home of Mr and NOT1CI3 TO APPEAR
y' mimic, and tho. A recent item stated Mrs. Claude Johns for an Indefinite STATE OF FLORIDA to: Esther
1 i I extraordinary. McLendon had received a six length; of time. Mif. L. P. Rafuse. Kckelman, whone address. la unknown. KITTY'SPLACE

Tommy Dors ey and his orchestra months' deferment from the Mrs. Sadie Patterson and Mrs. PHOTOGRAPHYIradford'Photo We urge everyone in this vicinity You.. are required to appear on

k are spotted prominently In the Army. Thin was a mistake, as it Ruby Bolton of Jacksonville were to come to church njxt Sun April 10th.. 1944 In the above
( several numbers. have been stated that he Shop day and hear Rev. Raulerson named Court and Vauae,- 'whereinplaintiff : :
film by doing should i week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. eekn dlvirre. Bradford
Roy Del Ruth directed with'an wan rejected because of physical P, D. Fancher. speak on the subject, "The Trail County Telegraph shall publish. thin.
THEATRESFlorida of Order In next. four weekly issue.
the Serpent.
eye toward music and laughter, disability.Mr. Mrs. George Manassa and- Witness my hand and official 1
and Producer Jack Cummings has of GIi'are .; seal at Htarke, Florida this March
tt, daughter, Cella, Atlanta
and Mrs. H. M. Rlchardeand April 10th., 1944. In the above 6th, 1944.OFFICi.e. 223 Temple Ave.
backed him up with every pro- visiting Mrs. Managua's parents named Court and cause wherein
attain children and Mrs,A. M. Richard plaintiff seeks divorce.. Ftradfoid ( SISAL) A,_J. ThomaaAn
duction value necessary to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- Ritz .
relatives In Jacksonville County Telegraph shall publish thin Clerk of said Court.
t his goal."SAIIAUA". fellow. Park Order In next four weekly. I I."co.. William D. Morgan Jacksonville., WE SPECIALIZE B
DRAMAA Wednesday of last week. Wltnenn my hand and official Fla. Atty. for Pit. 3-10 4t 3.31
Cox of Chatta-
Mrs. T. J. Williams went to .Mrs. Lorenzo spal at Ktarke! Florida, thin !March
I mighty epic of war In the to attend to hoochee is spending several weeks TAYERNSl1aude.s 6th 1444fOFFM'IAL, IV (.Hc'.r "'01'HT, O'I.'II"'ORI1 CHOPS
filled with heart-stirring Lulu on Monday son-in-law and ( SEATA.. J. Thoma (nll\Tl. -, FI.OIIIUAI IV tll.\\-
7 desert, with her daughter,
; f rl business.Mrs. A. Clerk of Bald Court ( KHV.Mary .
splendor and dynamite thrills called Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts. PlaceTHERESSA r. Frank I.xndrum, .Staike. ,, Florida Fiance Home Plaintiff v..,
L. was
, comes to the Florida Tuesday for H. because of Mrs. Lottie Carlton of Talla- Atty. for rif., 3.10 4t 3.31 William Clinton, Home Llefendant.Ca.e .
home last Wednesday No. 2974.oitpna
a three-day run. It la Columbia's of her son-in-law and hassee is visiting her sister, Mrs.P. iv ('inn'IT OIIIT.. niiinpoiiii. OF PUBLICATIONAND : FRIED SHRIMf
j'\t j "Sahara" starring Humphrey Bo- the Illness D. Fancher for an Indefinite f'OI'\1'Y. Ki.niiiuti .( ...%%- NOTICE TO APPEAR
daughter, Mr. and :Mrs.: J. L. Rob < KHV.Tenter STATE OF FLORIDA to William
; gart, and his portrayal of a two- She had been visiting her length of time.Seaman A. nay. Plaintiff. 'V... Katlixrlni Clinton Home, Co. C. let Bn. Foil
tj 1 fisted Yank tank commander in inson. 1-c Hugh Lee of Lulu By MU. Ida llagan/ Lucille Ray Defendant. Cane ('rook. Nebraska. SIZZLING
sister In Daytona. No. 217S.! Monday, April 10th., 1844. In tha
1 the Lyblan desert he gives us a the guest of his slater, Mrs.J. .
r: and Mrs. R. H. Cox accom- was Ollln: OF pt'BLirATioxANT :- above named 'ourt and cause
performance that la a sensational! Mr. J. Williams Tuesday Mrs. S. R. Swindell| spent a few : NOTICE TO APPEAR wherein plaintiff se e ka divorce.
panied by Mrs. E. A. Bradshawand C STATIC! OF FLORIDA to: Katherlne Bradford County Telegraph shall.
children spent Thursday m Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rhoden days In Jacksonville with her Lucille, Kay whose. residence. publish. thin, Order In next. fourweekly STEAKSHOME
:::[ Mrs. G. left Sunday for their home In daughter, Mra. John Atkins and la nt 2 fox 242/V./ "HI I Paso. Texas. Ixsuee.WltneHH. .
I" DeLand visiting Mr. and You are> required to appear on my hand and official. ..
.E RRAIiKSTATU L. Cox and family. They were Macclenny after visiting their family. April 10th., 1944. In the. above Heal at Htarke, Florida this March
SrROUr their I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Johnnie Adklns of Jacksonvillewas named Court. and Valise, wherMrplaInIif 8th. 1944OFFICIAL. MADE

a CJr....*. ..*....1... of (.*... Gerald accompanied Cox who home left by Monday, son to Mrs. A. C. Davis,for some time. visiting his sister and friends:.! County ?Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish' Tlradfoid thlr. A( Clerk of SEAL Raid. )Court.T. A..J. Thomas

trr .ro..."' ''. Has.Mud over Mr. and Mis. Lynwood Watts recently.Mrs. Order In next four weekly. issues. Frtink I.anUrum. Starke, Florida PIE
.. .. with the Armyat
73.OOO f Home Karma report for duty Witness. hand for,
my and official) Atty. Plf, 8-10 4t 8-31
Mf A..r..... tlmrfrm. from nil ever tkW Fort McPherHon, Oa. Mrs. had as their guests over the Elizabeth Wainwright of Seal. at Starke., Florida, thin March
.. .. r... open Itmtlmm. will week-end. Mr. W a t ts' mother, last with 8th 1944OFFICIAT.. iv rmct'iT roiHT. IifIADFORO '
children Thursday
a' E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY Cox, Jr., and their Mrs. Rosa Watts:of Sopchoppy spent .. SEAL A. J. Thomas COIIMTV. FI.OItlUAl IV CII.tNl'Itl' All Kinds of Sandwich
continue to live in DeLand. her father D :iJt Phillips and An Clerk of Bald. Court. i' '
I, Represented and Mrs. Robert Kite wentto and his brother, Julian Watts .of family. T. Frank T/nndrum, Starke. Florid1 Hazel Jackson. Holder, Plaintiff."VMManhall ,
Mr. Mobile. Ala.Mitchell Atty. for Plf. 3.10 4t 3.31 David Holder, Defendant
i Locally ,by I Tallahassee Thursday to attend ; Q. J. Phillips, Jr., with the U. S. '
funeral of Mrs. Kite'scousin Rhoden and daughter, iv ruin'ir rni nr, nit'nronnf
F. C. Engineers, over Perry. '
Ol VTY, . .
Lucille, of Macclenny: were Sun .01111'\' IV ( '' \\- JERRY'SJERRYERRY'EAT '
i 110 8. Walnut St., :Mrs.:'_'Bruce D. Comptonof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jerrell and C'IIY.lorman: .
1 Philadelphia. Mrs. Compton day guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ A. C. :- A. Elliott Plaintiff vn. 03U ,
I Davis. daughters of Jacksonville are Nbrn Fllen Elliott. Defendant., Case
J spending several, days with Mr. No. 2W! I
I Mrs. J. G. Caldwell visited! Mra ORDER OF PItnLU ATiON:
1r Robert Gibson in G a I n e s vllle and Mrs. W. W. Packham. ANI NOTICE: TO APPKAnHTATR H-E-R-E

i Tuesday, Sgt. Carlton Britt of Camp Dix Ellen': nilloit: OF, FLORIDA whoRe address to:. Flora In':
ftr THEPARK N. J. and Elbert Britt of Lake ielmar Delaware. ] IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING
Von arennrod! to
Geneva unpear on
t were visiting the Thomas '
10th. 1941 In the abovenamed ft
family last week. :
Comt antI
<< Valise wherein .
kv Minnie Lou HazenRlRTIintV 1alntlff ieeki. divorce. Uradfnrrt .
Pfc. Coleman Cason of Camp County Telegraph shall. publish. this
CAFE PARTY,. Gordon Ga., spent the week with Order In next four weekly. iNwtie. .. CHILI HOT DOGS
Witness. - -
my hand and! official ,
ar,{,. I Miss Frances Barry celebrated his slater Mrs. D. L. Railey and I seal at Starke, Florida thin March U3

tti l I her thirteenth birthday with a Mr. Ralley's mother from Ala 6th. 1444.'OFFICIAL. SANDWICHES I

120 S. Walnut party on March 15. Outdoor bama has been down for a visit. An Clerk of SRAM said. Court.A. J. Thomas -

games were played and refreshments We are sorry to report C. A. William D. ;Morgan Jacksonville.. a:: OUR SPECIALTY
of birthday cake and lemonade Beck on the sick Ifet.'! Fla. Alty. for Plf. '3-10 4t 3-11
Call St. Next Door To Western Union
\ \ were served.F:1REIVELL iv onrriT rnrnr. nm'nroRD W ,
tLL "Eat at the Best ; PARTY chula after and several Avon days'Park.visit In Wau- rrnv.Charlea rOI'VTY. FI.Onm"l IX A CHAV- "'7 '

Sllfe, Plaintiff v*, Fern JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'd
Miss Louise Parrish entertained E. J. Hazen''was a visitor In slit,. Defendant. Cane. No. 2841.
't And the Rest"TRY Friday. March 10, with a fare- Center Hill ORDER OF PUBLICATION
forget Sunday. G. W. Hazen .
.i : ; .well party honoring Junior Mott accompanied him home after -
:who left Monday for the Navy. visiting his soD, H. S. Hazen, for

\ -,- - .. ------ Outdoor games were played and several daya at Center Hill. e

about 60 cue" t. enjoyed this Major and Mrs. Tommle 'Per-

: OUR event singer of Jacksonville visited Mr. sc.

BIRTHDAY DINNER Persinicer's parents, Mr. and Mra, d .

Mr. Wade Harrell was honored Charlie Kelly last week. Lett sra

.Chili Sunday. March 19, by friends and Mrs. Winifred Hazen was a .:'C.'
L'1 Visitor In Alachua CO
relatives with a birthday dinner Saturday.Mr. .. ,
1 J r. this being her 63rd birthday and Mra. Charles Hardy ...
.Hot and daughter Charlene Mr and ; :
Dogs Dinner was spread> 'under the .
oaks with everything good to eat Mrs. Bill Bryan and small daughter ..

and Mrs. Charley ,Hardy Sr., of ..
a happy day waa enjoyed by
.. .Hamburgers all. Gainesv ill and Mr, and MI's. tic13
Douglas Hardy" and children of *

.Coffee BABY GIRl. Hampton were Sunday guests of

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green announce Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy.

the birth of a baby daughter Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson of

on Monday March 20, at Valdosta. Ga., were visitors here
rr 1. "COME AND GET IT"J. home. :Mother and baby doing for a few days.: IAJI

nicely.I Mr, and Mrs.:Henry Hodge
W. Griffis Next to NCCS-USO I

!: week-end K u e a t a of their
,/ ... : ;. _. .. __ Mra.\ Cecil Moore has returned Trub.y. and family In Jacksonville.Cpl. son,. i'JIr

.. .. .. .. .
.&...-. -- ----- -. and Mrs.
--------- --------- ----------- Talmadge Kelly

and daughter Kay, are visiting.

-l YOU'RE INVITED Mra. Kelly's mother, Mra. Alvin

,..,,11 Thomas.
Austin Kelly U. S.
: To Navy St.
Petersburg was visiting relativesover

,' &<*: ,1 THE SNACIK BAR? I Miss the Lucile week-end.Thomas of Gainesville Yit

4 relatives here Friday.
Mrs. R. L. Belle of
,' Open 6 A. M. To Midnight In The Is visiting her brother, E Mariana. C. Long it

.' , and family.
DAVIS HOTEL BLDG. I Mrs. Albert" Surrency was

I brought home from the Alachua M'z EMI

County Hospital Saturday. Her
} I condition remaIns unchanged. Vy e 4

'r\, On Our MEN U Every Day I Yeoman Green 1st Cove Class Springs W. C. was Crosbyof a ttf e4 c t t cea w

i FOR SALE week-end guest of his parents.Mr. pc e

and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and
soup Cream sons and Mr. and Mrs. Bethea

visited relative In Jacksonville .

I.. Made From Our Own Home Recipe: en-Fresh Sunday. : "
.. IV flllCtlT COIHT. BR'I>POR1> The "New"
1.. ROLLS roi.;M-ir. FLoitinti IM CH *>-

HOME MADE SOUP Rye or Pumpernickel' Tfnrrr.YC.. Herman) Sad' 0".101
Harry C. (Herman) Sadowikl WONDERMrs.
fendant. Oa e No. MTO
t9 Fresh-Made Savory The Best In ORDER op PI' LII""ATI01'f
ftadowikl .
who. residence l t. 414 Sboppe
.. .... Bu<*kner St., Dunkirk N.w York. Owner
J -- ""- _ ... _ T J po.. I r "'- ..,. Ton are required. to appear on

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Happenings Mrs. Lynn Hall Sunday.B. I and Mrs. Clyde Kelley and fam- I rid Couples Club' V| the U S. O. 1 at 2 o'clock at the USO operatedby 14 Hancock Ht, Urooklyn N. Y. real at Starke, Florida this let ,j;
Y. Saxon left Saturday for ily. :Mr. and Mrs J. W. Kelley cornet Washington and Temple the YWCA. The series will You are reiitilred' to appear onA'rll dav- of March 1944.OFFICIAL .
Home I ,1rd, 1R44, In the above named ( MEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,t
|fly Barbara Pompano to attend the funeral of and family of Brooker; Sgl. and Sin-eta on Thursday. >. Marca: It*. open with a discussion of pre. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A* rierk of said Court "((1 I

[-ATION EXERCISES his brother Andrew Saxon. I Mrs. Talmadge Kelley and daughter when they gathertl for; 1 buffet'Upper. natal care for( expectant mothers, TelvHraph*t>..k. divorce lmll.' publlnh. lira J ford this.County Order Atty.T. Frank for Pit I..ndrum. hltarke.3-3 Florid 41 8-S4 !C

rlday evening. March 24 William S. Kammerer of Philadelphia of Moody Field. Valdosta. Ga., M.-. Beatific ZlcU; from and will continue with advice lu next' tour weekly Issues. _

Elementary School Pa., arrived Sunday fora and Austin D. Kelley M. O. M. M. Detioit, Mich., augs e t e d the about care of the very young Witness'. my hand and official 1HH ltrOnil' ('o1:NT*, Kl.Ollllit
mpton I Heal at Starke Florida, this Ut ("HC" 'r ( /M HI'
'elcome Mr. Foster Shi visit with relatives Mrs. Kam- of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mr*. name. After a love!;' !IjMffet supper child and proper feeding habits. day of March 1911. FKICU U 9'(' :WAHT.

principal of Bradford meter having arrived a few weeks Old Howard and family of Fair- was served a bu.unem meeting Dr. Abrams, at present! directorof A(OFFICIAL* Clerk' of ShAL said. ) Court A. J. Thomun, ,l'

,,'ho will deliver the grad- earlier. banks and Mr. and Mrs. Howard was heh: follod Oy Informal the Clay-Bradford County T. Frank. tndrum.. Mtarke Florida ASS: l\1 ':LOCnEK STEWART

address. Those graduating: :Mott (of Brooker. games. The commute In charge health departments and SurgeonR Ally fur i'lf. a-3 4t 3-14 I..f..d..nt.OnnhH: OF. I'FlLfl'ATIOllANI ):

Salutatory, Hilda Brown; GRAHAM There will be services at the ot the s u p p t r wits: Mrs Hue ( ) U.S.P.H.S., is specialist In IN 1 (IIU-IIT ('U' NT lilt \IIKOIIIt NOTICE-; ')'0 APPKAKHTATK

iiory. Llllle Mae Trleat; By Mrs. Eva Strickland Christian Church oa the second Hclrman. cho:t.'-U i of refrcsh- pediatrics I(''KK1.John>!''MTV'. PLOHIIIll 1'H.t" >- ; t OF
IA d kin a, Rex Brooking and fourth Sunday of the month. n'.t-nts. Mrs. Uc'J."a'lIkln-. "n. Pavlil U.lily, Plaintiff v*. Scranton, Penneylvaiila.UltKKTINilS .
JErown 'Edith Chason Irenene Clyde Surrency of Tampa arrived Everybody invited to attend. :.!r8. Judy R'icher:: ? Mrs. Mary i\ 4.1N4 "'IT roi ,,'r. IIMitfnit.u Kthel <] d-1y' I.>et..,,,I a II I. Can No. : : ,
few COl'NTV, FLORID 4 1 l> ('II,'- !!t1l0. Yon arc required to appear on ,
Virginia Dyal Elmer Wednesday to spend: : a I Lou Thomas; and Mrs. Bonnlo ('1.:11": OKPKIl OP ri'RLlCATIO.V:- April Slh, 1944. In the above nano
Green, Mabel Green days with relatives and friends. CLAY HILL Hurst: In chag3 of cc! )ratloniA. < !h. UIITHH Ornndo, t'1..lnllrf, v.... AND NOTICK: \ TO Aln'UAIl eil Court and cause. wherein plaintiff -
clue :Nada ItoMlnl. Defendant tees N... STATE OF. FLORIDA to: .Ktheldaddy : iteekH dlvor,-.. H r H ord
i Hersey Jr., Harold Hess I' Mrs. F. T. Abernathy Is sick By Lure Burgeon weiner roast WIIS held at the 2!>si.: whose residence. I I" Mvt'all. County Telegraph *.|iall publish thin
Snd Nell Meyer Clementand at this writing. We wish her a CorrespondentIMPORTANT home of !Mr. and Mrs I.. 1'. Smith 01!I)HCU UK Fl''ATION South Carolina.Voii . Order In next tour weekly. Issues.
are 1..lulr.| to appear oil WltneNH my hand and official ,
Trlest: speedy recovery. on Thursday evening March 2J.; AM l> NOTU'll) T(> AI'PHAK' April 3rd.. In the above .
Eva Ma NT.'')'.': OK .. 1444. named eal at Htarke, Florida, thl March
Mrs. Drew and daughter of HEALTH NEWS Committee in charge11'.5.: Harriet Nada Itonlnl I %KIXIIUPA airs. : Mix Court and Calls, wherein plaintiff Mh( 1MI' \
) HoKinl
) seeks divorce. Krnttford A. '
County J. THOMAS
land Mrs. M. W. Morrow: Jacksonville are visiting at the Unless otherwise notified the Mann chairman Mri. Robert (Muthvi) Ziibliii-v, II..I""11 la. Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn Clerk of Raid Court. I
Jte Butler were In towny home cf Mr. and Mrs. M. Waa- free blood t e a t s will be given Kay Mrs. Leon Glassner and Mr. I'uiintiy V..u are of \vqulrml IIKOBII\U.|) |to. next four weekly issues.Witness (OFFICIAL SWAL
appear| on hand ami official H. O. brown take Huller;, FloridaAttorney I
EveningEdna din Monday Mar. 27, at Clay Hill Arthur Schustek April 10, tH4! In the abovs named my tor Plaintiff 3-10 U S-Jl I
I'ourt and reuse, wherein plulntlfr. .
b Eayre returned to Clyde Surrency of Tampa and School. Those attending the meeting seeks divorce' llrudford County
P"Tuesday after and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and last : Telegraph) hall publish thU Order I
IphLa. Mr. week and their homo residences :
A. Sea.
George Modiey. 3-c. a In next four Meekly ,
: |HHueVltne .
weeks' visit here with rel- children were visiting Mr. and former student of Clay Hill were: Sgt. and Mrs. .Char \ ..H my hand and official. r ;

Mrs. J.. W. Reynolds of Jacksonville ( I School, visited the school Mon"day les Pride Cheyenne Wyoming] seal 10* II\'Mtark., Klurldu, this March BradfordPhoto

Marian Johns and Little Saturday night. afternoon. He looked hand- Pvt. and Mr. Raymond Chrycy (IIJo'Jo'U'IAI.I4I'AI.) A. J. Thomas.
land Kathryn Wads- Mrs. Annie Pearl Harris of Detroit, Mich.; Cpl. and Mrs. AH Clerk of said Court
Mary some in his sailor uniform and Walter ('. llaidenly. aytona Reach,
I visited near Hawthorne Jacksonville was! In our section hU friends are really proud of Ho ward E. Walbrldge Detroit. "'II.. Ally for 1'lf. 3-17 4t 4-11
J Mich.; Sgt. and Mrs. L. M. Mel- f h
the weekend, Saturday.Mrs. '
him. He Is training as a radio IN 1 ( IIIIII I' ( 0' Ire. Mil 'nFOlln
lea Wadaworth of the Mer- Ethel Mae Crammer of aerial gunner. nick, Denver. Colorado; Cpl. and (0' 1'1'1. 5'LOSlllltl l> ('11',_
is a few days Mrs. Jack Wilkinson San Diego (*". ,
Marine, who baa been in Gainesville spending Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrts'a Maiwuivt' U Htuart, rlulnllff. ( VH, .
near Boston, Mass., arrived with relatives here. of Chlefland the ,California; S-Sgt. and Mrs Frank .H'li-ii I. Stuart l fendant. ('...* '
and baby spent No. 2!>*2.ounioH.
:Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers had Reichert Cleveland Ohio; Sgt.
leave at home.
dinner Sunday !lIra.Rivers' and Mrs. Robert Kay Chicago AND -
Fred Dodd and family of as guests NOTII'F! )AI'IMJAU
Mr and Mrs Fred D. Lang.
of and brothers and sisters: Mr. Illinois; Cpl. and Mrs. Robert hartwhlxs, . 1"I.11111I1A01 Fred I, -
guests .
jes were Buddy their eldest son, who has loll irHldence' In 1737 41..1
__ ._..__ I his Mann Los Angeles Calif.; Mr. I'ltiie II. .H.: WaHhlngtnn, D. C, ::
I been visiting grandparents and Mrs. Julius Thorn Starke, You are required to appear on STAKKE FLA.
I returned home with them. Florida and'Mrs. April 17. 1H44 In the above named
; Cpl. William t'ourt and cause, wherein plulntirfHeek OurBreakfasts "
Next to Western Union
MY. and Mrs. Otto Hicks and .
FOOD FIT Zietz. Detroit., Michigan: S-Sgt. dlvorvv. llndford County

, r sons of Waldo spent Thursday of and Mrs. Clyde Hurst HollidaysCove III Telegraph next four shall weekly: piilillnli. Untie till. Older

last week with Mr. and Mra. West Virginia;; M-Snt. and WtttiBMM ,mv! hand and nfflrlalKent DevelopingPrinting r

r+ e I Buddy Wilkinson. They all attended Mrs. William H Szman! Boston day of at March Ktnika. .1944.OFFICIAL Florida. this 111111 ;

I the dog races that night I Mass.; Pvt and Mrs. Joe Green ( SEAL, ) A. J. Thomas Are
: fora In Jacksonville. New York AH Clerk, of said Court.
;? Pvt and Mrs. I
I I T.) Flank. l.unilrum, Htnrke! 11'1"1'1All '' \ SomethingTo
: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter L. Maslello Lou Angeles Calif; >... for I'lf. 8-17 It 414 ! .

and Miss Dorothy Manning were i !Mrs H. SChustek, New York. N.
shopping In Jacksonville Satur Y.: Sgt. and Mrs.' Arthur Schus- IN 1 nnciir oiirr. nil \l KOHIIOITt ,;
( ,
Fl.tUIIIMl IN'eat1 %- Crow
KING tek New York t'f\'Y.; Pvt. and Enlarging i
day.Church Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mason Sol| HidfiofHkv. Alm known All put About !
at Long Branch waawell City, S\d h', IMitlntirr, v.. 1.IIII..nloot Hid.
attended Sunday. On April Iowa; Cpl. and Mrs. Kobert Beyer "*fi.fHky.. Ali" known an Ijllllun (loot
18 Rev. Cutshaw will preach the Hamilton Ohio, and Mri. Leon Hyde. OIlI, \I>>i"ff I.n: niliint..OF I'lmi.K'ATION('..". No. 2'ISO!) "Start The Day IUKht" 12 Hour Service

Nutritious Tasty Inexpensive baccala u r eat e sermon at the Glasaner Chicago. 111. AM:: NfiTICR\ TO API'HAIt ,
.. STATIC OF FLORIDA to: t.lllliui,
school house Instead of regular Hoot MI.letv.rekr, also knnMii MMMr CAMPDINER
SANDWICHES SOUPS DESSERTS services at the church. St. Patrick Theme *. Lillian Hoot 8y l"., lUll 1 Ililirh- ExpertI'HOTOr.KAI'IIEIt :
ton 1'le nih'
SHORT ORDERS FULL COURSE MEALS Letters have been received from Carried Out At ; York. Avenue Brooklyn New

Richard Mosley who Is now In I Yon are required l to appear on
April 8th., !!''41. In the above named

Open 9 to 9 Daily Italy. George Killingsworth and Army Wives' Event Court and Cause, wherein t>laln- For Portrait Work
Caleb Strickland are also In Italy. I Iff seeks il I vnrcp.' Bradford ('outity ,
except Tuesday of "When Irish Teletrraph hall .publish" thl* Order"
Clarence Lang, Infant son Eyes are Smiling In next four weekly iHHiie. Corner Call & Church I
Richard Lang is still In Hope "Peggy O'Neill." and "Casey WltneHH my hand and official ,
Meal at Htnrkv' Florida, this Marchnth.
Jacksonville.He Would Waltz with the
Haven Hospital in Strawberry : .. 1944.nFFiAT.! ,
Is Improving and may be Blonde" set the theme for last RRAT.,1 A. J. Thomas. Looking for a Good Time?
A* Clerk of mild Court.
home In about three weeks. last Thursday's Army Wives Walter. C. llnrdenty Daytona Tlearli.Fla .
Mrs. Lela Carter and Rev. J. Luncheon at the USO operatedby Ally tor rif. J-17 4t f.U Come toMaude's I :

L., Strickland have been on the the Y.W.C.A.1olrs.. H. F. Mc- iv ruifciT rot IIT. 11I1nFO"

nick list this week. Qulston accompanied the group rora'rv, FMtHllltl IN l'IIAV-'

as they sang. !'! fKIIV.8ylveter: V. TllrhardHon. rialntlff.VM PlaceAcross i

Name Selected Mrs. J. 1. r'inKerman. Mrs. R.. Sally' hell tlrhardon. Defendant -
( aeNo.. 2ftft!).
B. Hamm Mrs C. H. Glass and onnNIOil' pt'llLTr-ATTOV:
For' New Club Mrs. R. T Rayburn formed tho I AND NOTim TO) APPEAR from NCCS-USO :
STATR OF FIjOllinA to Holly
Jo Of Young Marrieds committee which prepared this TVII HlrhnrrtHon. whom residence. I I.0 I.*

celebration of St Patrlck's anniversary -- .. Temple Avenue
ll;. I. Jacks anl Jill: was the featuring Irish Stew on rttr: :
name chosen ty:: the Ycucg Marit's the menu. On each plate was a AA '-D

sham rock flag, and shamrock Beer... Lunch

UBBHBDBMUBWUBWW tags were,provided for each one

Great Game Soldier 'I( attending. Mrs. H. II:. Edelman.of 666
Long Island N. Y., had pre- USE Good Fellowship
pared a "Pat Questionnaire", the
answers consisting of words be- I I

BOWL ginning with "Pat". .,USO pins
for CO hours of vol_..lDteer.,service 'it
were awarded to> Mrs. R. R. ,

Mathews Mrs. George F. Taylor tv

1 here healthful Mrs. G. L. Cllne,"and Mrs. J. A. 1/u (
> 'I 'j Fauaett. To replace! Mrs. R. E.
Kllgour: and Mrs. R M. Thomas.

I Mrs. R. C. Lawrence, of Birming

\ ham. Ala., and Mrs C,. H, Clam,

RELAXATIONTemple of Gulfport.; Miss.,, were elected to

_ the Army Wives! Council I *

1 ) T If e devotional study group

\ which met Tuesday morning under .

t also good McQulston and hits, W. L. Bate-
iWe serve
IL man reached ths.eonclusion! that teach ;

,1 SANDWICHES person must live in accordance ItUYERS.: WE WILL HE HAPPY TO HELP YOU SELECTA
with the universal laws of

I; LUNCHES God-laws of nature of health, SUITABLE ONE.
i I, % ''ilf i PLATE of safety of human relationsIn.In

order to find peace of mind and r
/ '. STEAKS & happiness. "We believe In a mor-
Prayer Beads Engagement
al universe" was! the subject for

the morning and vvJH be continuedat

BOWLING\ ALLEY CAFE next week's meeting of the CrossesMiraculous Rings

group on' "We believe In man-

Temple Ave. Pop's Place kind"The. schedule, for the coming ji". ,'" I ''II'I'AILi'''''1_ ,. .a YAnwleIIIIAII' " wm'" ,f....II '

week Includes the following: ',1 -

Friday 1:10 MrV" *. / HandpaintedCompacts
\ (r. MrQtiiMim In clmiir \ ,
*:00--Craft.*. Mr*.*11. r;. living In i
;.. charge. .
8'30HlKh\ Ptlioolern'; Night. Medals
;;. 1'.1;
MufuMny :30--:0111.1.: | l Dam, with

I* I !:?::1J Monday,Orrhvutra.3.01)-Full length Movie.
: MILKBOTTLEINVITES I Monday 12-00: -Army VVIvn' (:oun'I -
)j tPli& "' Meeting> Mr. J, A. Kaunett, Easter.Suit
fhalrinan. Sparking Lapel Pins for her
ZOo-l.ran" firniip Meeting Mr".
fci" PATRONAGE'! H. H AbrumH-n' and Mr. 11. K.
I YOUR !. HdMinan. In charge.2no4'rarts. .
: t:30-Knlttlnic. nnd Kcwlntr In.
Htruetlon, att.. J, W, lleuly In
ENJOY THE NEWEST rhartt Handmade Shell Noveltiesand
r Thursday 10ISo-r'co.tInal KtudrOroun

Li IN SPORTS AMUSEMENT Man''., Rubjett: "W Believe In JEWELRY including

2-09: -Traft.. -Hrld... Instruction Mm. J.W. I
lloaly. .. Brooches, bracelets, Earrings, Necklaces
Game .
The Milk" Baseball : l.uiuhtnn Commlitt meetIn I
The Modernized "Spill *, 11\... A. "'. f'ockerhnm.
:00-(Jam* Night.
Thurwlay 11-30 Army Wlv..'
PRETTY GIRLSAND Weekly. I.unchvoiV
FUN -- IOO--r'ratte.
--- ?Irving Fulur R. Abr.* Mother", ., peaknr. club, Dr. I a large stock ladies 'and Men's FINE WATCHES

!B-OO: -Fr.. U'n.' ...". both new and used
.::00-Movie Hhorf

PREMIUMSTO Future MothersTo Expert Watch Packages i
Hear Talks. and ClockREPAIRING Wrapped and

SKILLFUL PLAYERS On Infant Care "Everything for the Soldier MAILEDanywhere

LOCATED ACROSS FROM WESTERN UNION ON CALL STREET Future mothers are cordially All work guaranteed Including a Square Deal" In
Invited to attend the first In a '
Fast Service 137 W. CALL STREET
Infant and U.S.A.
ALWAYS series of talks on care .
LADIES child feeding by Dr. Irving R.

Abram.* on Thursday! March 30.




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""OF. EIGHT BRADFORD_tflVTNTv_ TTVtfl4PI1 ST.tRKE, FLORIDA T _____________________ FKIDAV. !\I-.,..,.

;j; 4s.( POLITICAL Judge I have tried to conduct the Girl Scout News .": .Idra Marl Thompson Defendant li'f ClHC-flT {.O... T. )IlAUFO"O flSrflSSfl.r ,rrrrsrflt...i __' ,

I office for the bent Interest of the Case No. 8010.OBDCK (0"lilT'. FLOIUDAI I M (.'II. i-
ANNOUNCEMENT people and County and If you reelect OF PimLlfATION I CEill': UTheodore FOR
in* It I* my intention to continue 'We are trying to paint our ANt NOTJCH' TO Ar-PEAK L. 8chul. Plaintiff v*. E-L-E-C-T YornStJPERlNTEXDt
FU M'II 00 1. "l PKHINTMKNT:: :: )\ to conduct It unselfishly. and STATS OK K1XIUUA to! Neldra Margaret Schulae, Defendant. CUM
1 hereby present. myself. a* a candidate for the best Interest of all.Ilespectfullv Scout room. but so far Will have Maria Thompson whose residence4178 N. itlOT.OltruIn.

for the of fire of fuperlnten- I : not had much luck. We forgotto I Ire Council Street Lo. Aniiele, I PUBLICATION J. A. FJLLYAW \ '
I dent of PuMIe Instruction, mibject B. 1<. PKIinVMAN.: Los. Anirle.* County, California I ANn NOTICE TO AWHAK !
to the rlensnrn, of the voter In th. County Jlld"f' scrape the walla before we put You are requited to appear on 1 STATM OF FLOKIDA to: Margaret OF I UBlJc

P, Primary I Hlectlon of May 2. 1944. the paint on. April 24th. 1X44 lu the above named Sc-hulae.. whose. renldenr I": I
/ If riveted to thl.. office I will Ht ... I Court and e..u.' 1,1mm-' I toCIA) Street! Ian! Francisco. !
conduct In molt .1.:11.: Mrs. Colson suggested that we .. UradfoidCounty California. U I INSTRL'CTIOX
all lime myself a m..n.n..r I tiff e e k cdivorce.
\ : conducive; to I the promotion ofI I take thl* mean of announ..lnlfm give the money received: from T"'Krtl"h' shall publ sli thl"l I You are required to appear on
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candidacy for the office olrihnrlff I
I the above named
I Iho educational nvmtvin: a t this Order In next four weekly IH"" April 2tli. I9H. In VOTE
r' county I earnestly olklt youram. of Bradford County, subjectto collecting scrap to the Juliet Low Witness my hand anil official' Court and cause, wherein \plaintiff FOR
tJ the will of Demon-Kilo
the voter
.t \ I. volo ..upporl. In the pilirmrv election of May- Fund. AB most of you know. seat at Htark. Florida.. this AlifJeh\ ,I, S * k. divorce. Ilradford'county this L
FUTCH Telegraph shall publish
MIrvJ r 22nd. 1944.4OF'P'l'IAL!I 1
2, 1 1144 If elected. to thiN position. Juliet Low founded the Girl HHAL) A. J. Thomas Order In next four weekly issues! .
of high 1 will dl. -T
hand and official
I IWltnewt
Scouts of America. A Clerk of Circuit | my
roll COI'HITV ( OMUSlElIEr : charge the duties of the office to '
"'"..,.) U Thomas.. Jacksonville Fla. .seat at Mtark Florida this March
: I herebv annonnca my candidacy (the best of mv: Ability and In a -Joan Carpenter Scribe. for Plf. 3-24 4t 4Umrt 2bt. 19U.I I'
for County Commissioner; from District fair and Impuitlal mnnner. Your Atty. A. THOMAS. _
No.2. subject to the will of vote and active support will b* I I A. Clerk !t said Court.: _
the Democratic voter* In he prl- greatly appreciated. Church i% ( IT iniirr.C'OI HR.\Ut'OHIl (OFFICIAlStAt)
gviT marl lection Muy 2. If electedI lncerely Sampson 'MT,'. Fl.OltllMI lfll \\- Stark Florida'
& Knlht
I promise to help administer, the 1'{, L. JOHNaKOIl !' ('.:n 7Hohe'rt Knight Plf. 4t 4-14
affair of the entire county In an B. I). Gammage, who was illvhard Boyer, Plaintiff v..*. Atty for _
honest fair and niiiare manner to Viola Myrtle Boyer, Defendant.Case .
fl the best of mv ability. Your vote ASNKNHOIt UPI 'J'A I:1':11 scheduled to speak at the Sampson No. 9017. NOTIE COl'NTFI.fHU ,A I

c and nctlv support will be greatlyappreciate hereby announce my candidacy City church on Sunday. April OIU)EIC;: (IH1 PrBLIfATlOVAND BRA DFORt> Mnrrh 17th.. 1144 '
*. for re-election to the office of NOTICR: TO APPRARPTATB :
w -R. I.. Crawfr Assessor of Taxes, and earnestly 2, will be unable to fill this ap- OK Frx>ninA to: Vloln.Mvrtl NOTICE IS HERESY (IIVKN: I

I solicit your vote und_ IIUI'1>ort. PiomIslrtir _._ti_._,,"' -nflAlan" ...... Dft_ _An. Rnv..r. whose residence I. that _pursuant., !.. to Section' ...: _!9. ,of_ Chaptsr .... I :
you thAt It i am nomirmmu ..1"0 n- 34- Audubon-St., HprlnKfleld. Massachusett IIIZHB L. iw* ui c i 0 t' ". j; U-
roll 'UU'IUI"F" and r-el..cted, I will give you four nouncement by Rev. C..C. Butler *. of 1S37, known a* the MURPHY t
Tn The voters and cIlIsPON ofBradford of the following land In Bradford r
/ more year honest faithful and of the church. You are required. to appear on ACT
pastor .
(County: Impartial service.Thanking April 24th. 1944. In the above named County. Florida will bo .f. _
I hereby announce my candidacyft. you for post favor., Court and cause, wherein plaintiff frd formal at public outcry forthe _
re-election to the office of. and triitlnT a continuance of the CARl OF THANKS seeks! divorce. Bradford highest and bet cash bid IIU b-
Sheriff of Bradford County, In name. I nmYour County Televraph shall publish thin Ject to the right of ;the Trustee

which I am now serving my second mot We take this means of thank- O d"r In next four weekly 1"""",,. of the Internal Improvement Fundto
term. Since rlectlon a* your and all bid. at the La-
my W. JlA YEfI. Wlln" ,. hand -anil official reject any h-
: ""
Hherlff I have at all time conducted Ing our friends and neighbors for my Courthouse leginnlng at 10:00: o-
-- seal
at Stark, Florida this March
dutle of thl. most Important of
the the expressions of clock A. M. on the 24th., day
many sym 22nd. IIU.O"'fo'ICAL.
office, In a fair honeitt.hnaornbl FOil NIPKIIIINOIIOK :: A. D. 1D44. Eaement. for
( !HKAL A..1. Thomas. April
and Impartial manner, IIKOIIIHvrio: ? pathy and for the beautiful flowers road right of waY 200 feet wide

. r -l n tfvKtnK record re-election I am Sheriff doing for I hereby the office announce of Supervisor my candidacy of sent during the recent Illness T.A* Clerk Frank of(,.said,,ndrum.Court.Mtark, Via.. I I\ will be reserved. from any ppucel -
a* your
; .n
.. &II'r the my past ,eight yearn, during lifMTlstratlon, for a full term having" and death of our beloved mother Atty. 'for' fit. J-24 4t *-MI throulI'h'hI..b Road. and there a* to I an exlstlnwState In componlt I

fhlch I have. at all tlm..* served just recently been appointedby and" ---- I of 10
sister or more.
(Signed) tract
.. .
the Governor to
fill the For
free tojollclt unex.yulred
A a manner that I feel lItI'I'I" 0"11" HII"UFOIID tithe to one-half of all petroleum ,
, your' vote nnd support In term of lion. Jamen. K. Ilolllnorsworth Mrs. Kthel! Stone LaChance. (:.ovpiTy. and three-fourth of other inlneral -

, he primary, election of May 2. I resljrned.The Clifford F. Kalch ('..:nr. FI.onll''H".J will b. re"erved.
lt44. 1 have nerved a N Sheriff In I vote and active vupporl of Pnnald 1... > NF.". of NEH. Sec. 4. Twp. T S. ConstableDistrict
on. of the most trying times In all voters. In the Democratic Prlmnrle L. R. Kalch. Melha. It u t h Kutcher!' Defendant.Cave nil' 10 E. 40
U the history of Bradford County .and ,- In May are earnestly *.ollclted. No. 102.OItOElt AII.N\.y of i4t.Ye.: &: "H of HWMft Arthur R. Me]
Invite at any time to liivestlciite : OP" PLTRLIOATIOV .
you of RUer. Sec. 25. Twp..1\, R* One
I, my record. I have workedat I If elected I will faithfully per Mr. and Mrs. Mann Goodgo ASH NOTICR TO APPI3AK 20 N. 411 Acres.Al .

,,, all tlm t. to make Bradford form each and every duty connectd have returned to their home In BTATR OF FLORIDA to: Melba 1 .W of NWV, &: NWI4 Of Twenty Years EX JII'
County a repectable place to live. with the office In an efficient Miami Ruth Butcher whose residence Is: HW' 7 1 River. Sec. :36, Twp. 5 In School \\oHi"]
after the former'aparents
\ I earnestly ollclt your vote and manne,'. visiting :3J1 West Hurck St.: Ht.! Louis, Mis :S. Ra- 20 K 40 Acres.

4 .upport on M.yr Respectfully Mr. and Mrs. Jack souri.' H t. 11. | HH" of NWV\, of sw\',. Sec. 15.
-A. Q ANDREU. j. R. K1LLY. ....---.-- "'ou ar. to on .'tn. _... .a .Cf. TTn Oft H*.. 9ft A..t.AiN -
.-- uovulS'" April-24th. 1944; -In-the- above-ni a m- : !h-of' j.j'iivWi, ; /,': 'Sec, It,

; roil coimTY rotiMi "ioMitIHSTHICT : FOil totNTY ('O".IIIIIIIOU':11: cut Court and c.....*... wherein plain- I Twp. 7 S. R*. Z3 1'':. 20 Acres WILL BE APPRECIATED HONEST
TWO Illntrlrt 0.. I'M ('U"TIT ('01 It'I'. IIIIADKOIIU" trff seeks divorce Bradford Lot 7 of Wy. of NWM. Sec. 31,

At the request of many of m,. I I hereby announce my candidacy: <-OC VM. PL.OHII.IAl ltll.\.\. County Telegraph, shall publish this Twp. 7 S. Rg- 22 R. 10 Acre I I
U 'rh.ndll. I hereby announce my ciinrildary for reelection to the office. of (Kit: i', Order In next four weekly: Issues.Wltnes N'!, of H\\<. of SKV, (Water). Sec.
for County unimiiiaiiii.r. ... County Commissioner District One. Oerard John Cloia. Plaintiff V*. my hand and official 12, Twp. S S. R*. 22 F:. 40 Acre
from District Number. Two North Bradford County' Florida. I greatly Elizabeth Nlcolai tilola. Defendant.. neat at Starke, Florida, this March, TRi; TPR: OP INTKRNAL IM' (Paid Political Adv.) RELHi\
Hlnrlie) and If Nomln at.. d andKlerled appreciate; the confidence the I voter Case. No. D008.OliDKlt list 1944.IOFFICIAL., U PROVKMFNT FUND OF TIIIC
I will continue to nerve have shown In me In the. past 0..' PUBLICATION 'sfiAr.) A. J. Thomas RTATB OF FLORIDA. r or, ,..
to the bent of my alvlllty an I have and asMiire them. that If reelected AND NOT1CR TO APPIJAR An Clerk of snid Court. By A. J. Thomas Agent, Trua-
In the pant. I wish to thank my ( will continue to conduct the af. STATE OF KLOItlUA to: Mr*. T. Frank I.nndrum Stark... Florida tees I. I. -Fund Bradford County _'____, .... _- ,_''''''' ... -- -
friend for .heir pant nupport Jind fair of this' office In an honest RlUnbeth Nlcolai (ilola No. 24053ir Atty. for Plf. 3-24 4t 414EVERY It rr --

hope that you will attain favor me efficient. and Impartial manner..
nmrleH.Attain with your. vote In the May {','I. your Assuring vote and you support of my on thank May 2nd for I Voik.You are required to appear on H.' U.I) Ii K I 0) W !N

Tours thanking reHpectfully you. I ,am Respect,I'.fully.D. nKDDISH May. Court 1st,and 1944 cause In ,the wherein above plaintiff named :: BRANCH OF Attorn;

I* I* CONNER. H e k. divorce. Bradford

A Foil ('flIeTYtO'fM4laIOlut- "' ': FOR I am' n.KHK a candidate("II"IT for re-election roriiT- Order County Witness In Telegraph. next four shall weekly publish: Issue this. ': :' ': ,Announces The Opening of Office!

ItlMTIIK'T TIIIIHU: to the office of Clerk of Circuit my hand and official J
I wish to announce my candidacy Court. subject to the will of the seal at Htarke Florida this 20th of T

a.. member of the Hoard of people In the next Democratic p,I. March 1944.IOFKICMAL ,nJurance U At 101 South Walnut Street
County rommisminnera, inarle. SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
South Stark. nuMert .? the l''wlri t am Indebted to the people of AH Clerk of .said Court.Walt..r 't)U., 1.

of the Democratic votei In the this. County for their friendship, C. Hardesty. Daytona Beach For General
primary: election: May 2. I have .support and encouragement and lirerlected Kltt. Att). for Plf. n-24 4t 4-14 Practice Law

been a renldent of llrodford Countyelnce I will render faithful :
1000 and thl. IB the first service In the office and take i\: riitrrrr roTitr. IIH\I)POHICOI >
; time I have ever asked for a public occasion for expressing my appreciation every. ''\ ' "'..OIIlIJ.\I i I% tllAN- H. C. WALLAgency In State and Federal CourtsMORE I

nrrle If .elected I promise. to of your confidence, isit Y. the affair of my dlntrlct A. J. THOMAS Donald O. Thompson Plaintiff VII. 4

and the county\ at large. In, a .fair -- -----n-' .._....... _._.___
ann Impartial mniinn LU 1,19 I'VIL
of my ahlllt). I will greatly appreciate roil MKWIIKM: OK H noor. 'I
your vote and nupport. HOt III! ELECTGEORGE .

_ _ -W. J. U001XJE. I hereby announce mv candldncj.
for Hi! 'hool Board ,member of Dis
trict 2. .comprl I In K the South 'Constant Service Over 50 Years FLAVOR MORE SIZl I
4 ron rorvrv, ('OtIl""IONaU"trl. : : Htarke and voting precincts ,
4 ... 'I dree 'subject to the will of the '
llt I wish. to announce my candidacy Democratic Voter In the Prl-
for re-election a.* a memberof marles In May.
.i. ( the Board of County Comnillonen *- I earnestly solicit your vote ana"ul'po..t Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
from District Three (Mouth and If elected I will discharge .-
1 Htarke), subject to the will of the the duties of the office .
Voters. In the May 8 primary. I to the best of my ability
.l will appreciate I your vote and Hup- -C. SULLIVAN.
part, and If re-elected will 1 continue

_____ to (discharge the duties of the office
__.l to the bent of my ability a. I FOIt Ml'PKHI' THMIKNTOK :: ""JipSlJl! MI

U-I..v.--.. don.----..,, .In l.. -'h..... -nD" I'LIILIO .IVI'IIU'ITIOVA ADS '
:::J. U WYNN. Superintendent am a candidate of Public ror Instruction vounty' :

roil rorvrv ItUtrlrt-(' >Three MMI KIIO>I<:R |>1 eopl, subject at the to next the Democratic; will of I'llniailes. the. U WANTED FOR BAlM at .sacrifice 85/ rabbit.. %7 _i _--. .,

. about 25 doe In lot. Alt rabbit
I My experience and Interest *
to announce randlailcy -
my Listings on apartments or and hutch
In school affajrs I I. submitted for 1100-W. P. Hennett.
a* a member of the Konrd of
County Com in 1".loner8.. UlHtrtct your consideration. If elected I homes. for rent located within 20 11-10 Klnr..ley Lake Village."

Throe, South Starke.' subject to will give my whole time, effort miles ot Starke 3-17 2tp
the will of the Democratic voter and thought to better choola and
In t the Primary J' Election May 2 an economical tlon. In 119 East Call Street FOR 8ALF.BIlle Flash electric .
If clertpd In this. office I .Hhall any event I will retain my real box. for beer. $75: one 6-ft. drink. SET wise
I Interest. In and Rive box, ue Ice ISO. Good condi
dlrliiirKe mv duty to the bent of to my coopema.tion W. T. CLUTE, Realtor tion. Inquire n.. J. Turner
my knowledge. Your vote and our school progrram. at
support will be highly appretlted. S. B. SPARKS.FOU : pout office Lake Butler, FU?
PERMANENT WAVE. 09c! Do 3-17 Zip '
Company Long Island qttu. N.J'.
-R.'I* LEG. ('OV\'I'Y Jl'llfl your owns Permanent with TO WHOM IT MAY CONCBUX-Do

To the .cltl..n.. and voters of Charm-Kurl Kit. not hold me rtuponiiibl. for Franchised' Bottler
Foil COt'NTV COMMIX! IONK.Il Bradford. County! Ji.f Com p lete thing that John Wesley an) PEPSI-COtuX ROTTLIXO CO. of Jack(

V District (\o. 4 I hereby equipment. including 40 curlers doe William
I hereby announce my candidacy or take.-D.w. William ,_ ..
announce that I will for -
be a candidate for re-election. a. ,' subject the to office the action of County of the voter Judge. and shampoo. Easy to do. abolutely -I 3-17 4tp

County Commltoloner from HIHtrl"t In time May primary. harmless. Pralse by FLnOMINO TOMATO PLANTS .
"Four .
comprising the '.
elnct, of voting |" I sin a Bradford County man thousands Including; Fay McKenzie Uuta-era Prltcliard Grothen Mar.
Ornham. If Tfampton ThereHHa and nnd have .served you i In. nmny wa) .*. B. g-lolie f 2.SO( per M Egg ..plant ELECT

Untie to transact re-elected.the dutle I will of con I both. In biiHlnes and aa a public glamorous movie ,stat. pepper, $3 it?. FOB ('. 'l!'.
; thl. servant I hays the experienceund Money refunded If not satisfied. Kalch North Miami Fla. 3-17 ACHIEVEMEN
J'5 office In a fair and Iml>lrtlaml1n. ability to ...rv.. you In thin FLYNNYour Stp
ncr, a* I have tried to do In the I KOCH DRUG STORE

.at.greatly Your .vets PiroeIaIedY'r.and. Mitnnnrt'," .-... vrlllbe .. ... .!Important ministration.. .-.,..". ....!office.. ....I ._..and:have... cuun..ou._.!promise. no. ax._ you all'to. AM enirer March DRIVING" ,27.Please Will I TO take aontiyct. NEW two YORK pa Mr':- is 'the result! 'of leadership, |I

C. CHASTAI.V.COUNTY grInd or stones to throw and can IF YOU WOULD BUT OR SELL Ann ttilby, I00\\j Walnut St. U

::4 and have will serve you In the .way you SUPERINTENDENT milk cows stock cows beef cattle (My -Doll Jiou*)' after .8. P< m. initiative, experience
(0'tUIIIIII10".11t!! a right to expectW. today. Itp
nutrlrt N Do it M. EDWARDS. OF PUBLIC stock bulls or hogs get In ,

N for I heieby, announce. my candidacy FOIL INSTRUCTION touch with J. D. Odom Jr. FOR SALK: 4 cottages, f40! per -c FRANK D. UPCHURCH
County CommlxHloner of nt.. ctiooi, no inii month Income; 4 acre of land .
: trlct No. 6 romprlxlnathe PYonker Ihereby. announce my candidacy Box 247 Ptarke; Box 204 Lake planted with potatoes-potatoes nix
and New River Precinct for School Board member, inches 'proven he those qualitj
subject for Dis from the around now-nl o possesses
City 481
Telephone Lake
t the will of the Democrntlo Vot trict( Two mouth Htarke) and If Capable City. turnip radishes. onIons English _ ,
Sr. In the PrlmarloN In May elected I will serve the County a* I EfficientTrustworthy C Auction market every Tuesday p..a. and rutabagas and lettuce. He will lead Florida to
The vote and active a whole to the best of Have
support of my ability. Lake City 2:39: ; every Thurs- coop for chicken Running;
the I
voter wilt
In the district are frreatly appreciate your vote water In
earn- cottage and In the fluid.
ewtlir solicited and I promise If and .support on May 2. day, Palatka 2PM. 1-6-41. Electric vtem.H. '. a greater future

elected to discharge the dutle of Respectfully A. NI'ltOl'T ItRll.TY A the office In a fair and Impartial .1. U DROWN" 111'. -
I iollingevworlh". -
I hereby announce my candidacy lurnuure upnoisierea. Drop us FOR SALE Mira-Inti: tomato FRANK D. You Can Depend on Upch
ron ('O' "'1'\RI..:. i>mr. t for III* office of &Huperlntendent of E-L-E-C-T a'card.. Hastings Mattress Co.. Plant, guaranteed wllt-re.ltanti.
t hereby announce my cundidncy Public Instruction subject to the Jordan's Hotel Court. Itoad
Palatka. Fla. 2-18 40. upcnuncnt
far the office of Countable of Pie- I will nf the Democratic votera in lOtp 4-21 S-24 2t
trlct No. I comprising the vntliiaPrecinct the !Miv Piln-ailes. I foe that GOVEttfilOn
my - Political Adr. Paid for by Ma4 ol r.D.I
.. .
of Irfiwtey, North Ktarke many years of experience In school W. M. SPENCER SUPPORTS. Brass "THR WOULD MOVES Ro doe" ,
'il' and South SParks work inmllfv (MITCH) ii.
subject to the me to administer' the ANNIS. If you don't like the
l t wtlt of the Democratic Voter In -liitlen. of this office In a fair and erea-Call on Mrs. Bertha location. of your house let u*
_4 he Primaries I In May. efficient manner. -shall greatly;/ Pearce for appointment. 303 move It. Distance doein't make. I
ta all The Democrat vote and. In active said Dlntrlct npport are of .npnreclal.u I'POI.t. your r vote and active EDWARDSYour\ ,_W. Madison St. 2-25 4tp any house difference.movingequipment.We have for spoolal load.
nU earnently nollclted and I promise. ARTHUR n McRAK.Foil ing and haullnir. ,A. A. Annie
&; If elncted to dlHchnra-e. the dutlee WE nAVE CHICK8. New' Hampf I General Contractor. P. O. Prix W A
,J of the, office In lolN'rv 402. N T'E D
partial. mnnner a fearless and -tiniil -..- ( 0ttlTs5loCnItl.trii't One> un 'l'>nlr Kejk and Wednemlay Leghorn,at every 112 dalnvllle, Fla. Phone 1325. -
-:J. L. 8ILCOX.: I wish to announce that t am a U Per tuinclrVd."U 8. Approved ami J 2tp '

candidate for County Commissioner tested for pollorum. WASDIV' FOR SALE' -Tru* Georgia collard :
I rim ro\sTniR!' IHIT.!' t fi'inn, District One. I am n lifelong HATUIIBHY', I mile* North of plants.. seed sown on F..h. 14. |3 CASHIERS'Men"or
hereby announce myself : resident of Brudford County \V alda. WOmeD
nr a County Judge .Ii 6tp per thomuuan.t.-it. C. JCnlwht, 2
nndlilat for (Conlnbl, District' I ind feel that I am well qualified i ml. north of Lawtey.. 3-24
(Stnrk. Lawtey and Helllironn) to serve on ylils Important Board. WILL 'UU'tli': TRAWDERRrE 2tp

ttbject to the will of th* Demoer I will greatly. appreciate your vote'fl ( 11. 3-10 3t FOR SALE' Photographic 'GOOD
U t .tr<- voter In the primary elec- Mav 3 and vour active support r bent good condition. equip PAY -
Ion May 2. 1944. 1 nm experienced during the i ntpal'.n. TOMATO PLANTS ml. out on Purke & James Including
In police. work having been em.pinyi'il -O. F. CARTER old Camp Hlandlnw road at the Vix4n.;: Solar!: enlarger press IV,camera APPLY BETWEEN 1
x tO
: In this' capacity both In A BRADFORD COUN- ol'l Ed Thomas place. Rutgers I complete. darkroom and ; : & 3:00: P. 31.\ ,
Htarhe and plenty of
at Camu ItlMndlnir, and loll "t'l'Kft1'l'I'flK'T OP l>nd Maralu'h.s ready _
If elected T will discharge the duties rilll.lC !%"'I'ItI'TIO'\r ItAIN'S now film. ApplY after 6 p. m. The Doll O. O. Williams
POULTRY FARM: House200' Rlanding Center Ticket Off(
Bo, Walnut St..
of this offlcn I In a fair and T hereby. announce mr .ranillducy TY MANIIO HAS 3-10 3tp Stark. /
Impartial manner. Your vote arid fur Huperlntendent. of Public Itp
support will be greatly Instruction. of Bradford I FOR 8ALiOn ORANGE LINES INC.
4 ..I. -J. A. 'H.LYA\V Havlnn had County. SERVED YOU INMANY banks-Morse JVi H. P. 'FaIr. I FOR SALE' 3room house with ,
many year
experience gas engine on lights of
one acre ground near
In .
iMinlness maimaemftnt. I feel centrifugal pump on* water tank
FOR cor>Tv T\V fjtM.KC'Ton: that I can fulfill the dutle of this' : WAYS AND !all !In .first_.class condition. Call Stark Ilellbronn Spring. ..-Carl 3-24 Cook.
hereby office
announce mv; randldiuy in a manner that will be at cr50 t2RrUOnN, p"r. W..tmor... --- -- -.
to succeed myself: all Tax Collec. satisfactory, In every wnv It'' land & Lafayette St..
tor of Bradford County subject to elected I shall cooperate with the KNOWS THE PROR- 1-17. 4tp WANTED-Hou"* maid to do light
the Dsmocrntlc primary to he held trustee and the hoard In 20 r-U.: PURPLE HULL CROWDER housework. and car for two COMMON SENSE MA

May !nd. 1944 I have tried to all things that will provide. a bet LEMS: OF OUR PEOPLE pea seed tor .ale.< old true vaI flood children ao*. and $ year.
render On Road :23 Rt.
pay. 1.
.4 you faithful honest and ef. ter education and facilities for our rietyif- bu.-E. E. .
t ficient. I service. an your Tax ('*11ev.Son. children and will work at all time Wako 1 ',' ,,." 3-17 Wasdin ZtP K."x 77. C. W. Batten. 3-24 2tp _! FOR FLORID
earnestly solicit your vote ror the general welfare of our I '
and mpport. and If elected I sli.ill ('oil nty.I WANTED -f collector FOR HALE- 20 D.lco batteries. ,
ontlnu.. to render you the same earnestly solicit tIme support (rout man). .... Apply Denmark r"ady to use. 34 each; also Delco ,
service. ..* I have. In of fan and Iron; Ice refrigerator ,
the past. all cltlxen who Furnltur.Co. U want Stark..
CARL A. KNIO1IT. to have tha benefit our children 3-17 ZIp 40 lb. capacity machinist. tool. World War I Veteran,

best edm-atlon that the of the LANDS IN LEVY and che.t.-Mr*. L. ... Clark. 44, 4Jq
"' resources county. For sale Brookslde Farm 1(4 bu'ln i* 'man. h. propotflFlo'lda ]
01.O..TY ml. out
.I1'U0I'1 of our si,hool board will owner 294
To my mnnv friend and *ii|>. Respectfully permit CAPABLEAND rInd with.'oil, lease acre. to cut over west. Stark on Be*.ent road. tf 1 : which I/II
I of U year) at only plan
porters Bradford
County, I wish ORUt B. FLYNN. ti: .to p.r acre each. Apply Clr-

.m .t support to ..xpre.ui. and my announce thank for my your candi past FOil COTNTY-fOttMIIHIOIKH FAIR cult Fla. Court,' U, Clerk1 OffIce Stark.. WANTED TO BUY-On* story p ', PROVEN aucc..fuillt ftil

a.I74tp three bedroom house In Stark.
davy for
re-election a County Illstrlrt M.. t All or part cash. Rt. bu.ln.t..-
Judge" for another term. It I I. my I hereby announce my candidacy FOR HArH-140 Model Chevrolet. Stark > Box 11811 ,
hop and desire. to continue, toserve for the office of County Commls- Good Tire hip U

; 'the rood people of the Count stoner from District No. 1. Lawtey. liE WILL GIVE YOU Can b. sqen'at Mechanically Bradford. perfect.Barber '"
4 In the came efficient courteou .subject. to the will of the Demo. AN Shop Court Street Stark. WANTED TO R B! N T for two U ELECT ERNEST
and economical manner all I have cratic voter In the May primaries. EFFICIENT AND up month, late model typewriter

In the past and ask for your continued I feel that my many year of ex-. COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION !I.U.EIM.W"NTED)\ Will pay 11" per month and iruar- .4'U GRAHAWGOVERNO

comIng support primary anil vote In a't.h. pertenc fully qualify me for this YOUR OWN BUSINESS on our-cap ante* excellent. (car of machine.Address ,
election .
: Qualification. In important office. If elected. I will hal I, RawleQrh Dealer Box: 22S, Stark. Itp .
character .
. 'p and exfirlenc administer the dutle* In a capable profit Product. on credit. Severa'
of candidate ahould de and efficient
manner. available
termine for whom .you cast Your route nearby. Exception FOR BALE-McCormlck riding cul '
. your vote and active support (Paid Political Adv. al opportunities for :
' t 2U Tote In any election. will b* highly appreciated. ) men and industrious I tivator with all necessary equip 4 U
t it .ii Sine I have been women Writ. Rawlelch' ment 3-hori .
your County -0. J. Q1UFP) PHILLIPS. Dept. FAC-2a3-170 Memphis plow; also double
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